Sibling trio Track45 – Jenna, Ben, and KK Johnson from Meridian, MS – have taken family-based, small-town values and made them relevant in a modern world. The trio’s crystalline harmonies and track-charged musicianship sound current yet classic as they draw from their assorted country, rock, R&B, and pop playlists. Each is a gifted songwriter and musician with individual publishing deals and impressive writing credits – including Justin Timberlake, Charlie Puth, Dierks Bentley, Weezer, Lee Brice, HARDY, and Lauren Alaina. Their combined hopes and passion for music can be heard in every note of their dream big sound. After receiving over 1.8 million views on their version of the global hit “Family” that the rising country trio wrote alongside Billy Mann, the band released their rendition of the song, which was originally made famous by David Guetta and Bebe Rexha. Following “Family,” the band reflected on their youth and the traditions that they’ll never outgrow on the 6-track EP ‘Grew Up On’ (7.14 via BBR Music Group / Stoney Creek Records). Featuring title track “Grew Up On” (6.16) and the band’s cheeky “Last Man In Tennessee” (4.21), which “packs a punch like a shot of sawdust and whiskey” (American Songwriter), the EP intertwines the siblings’ blood harmony “perfection” (MusicRow) while telling the nostalgic story of never outgrowing what you “grew up on.” The band’s poignant new suicide awareness anthem “When I Grow Up” is out now.