Track45 To Debut ‘Small Town’ EP October 23

Pictured (L-R): Track45’s Ben Johnson, KK Johnson, Jenna Johnson. Photo: Joseph Llanes

Track45 is releasing their Small Town EP on Friday, October 23 on Stoney Creek Records.

The trio have writing credits on every track and produced several cuts, but they also enlisted the help of creative collaborators like producer Byron Gallimore. The EP includes the upbeat “Come On In,” with its inviting hook and a cappella intro that tells you exactly who they are and where they come from, “Me + You,” an instrumental groove laced with steel guitar, and “Met Me Now,” which mines regret and the desire to reset time. The collection captures a sound that draws from their assorted country, rock, R&B, and pop playlists.

Hailing from Meridian, MS, siblings Jenna, Ben, and KK Johnson have taken family-based, small-town values and stories as well as their experience as a family and love for one another and combined their own individual successes to create their musical style. Each has signed their own individual publishing deals and compiled impressive outside cuts with artists including Justin Timberlake, Charlie Puth, Lee Brice, HARDY, Lauren Alaina, and more. Ben just earned his first No. 1 as a songwriter with Lee Brice’s three-week, chart-topping hit “One Of Them Girls.”

“We moved to Nashville with a big dream,” says the members of Track45. “We’re so proud that our first EP, Small Town, tells the story of who we are and where we’re from. We poured our hearts into this project, and we hope people love it as much as we do!”


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