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Going Off Track is a weekly, interview show hosted by Benny Horowitz (The Gaslight Anthem) and producer Brad Worrell.
The show was created in 2012 by Jonah Bayer, Steven Smith and Brad, when Steven (then a FuseTV host with Jonah his writer), realized that all the interesting conversations with guests were happening while the lights were being setup. Once cameras started rolling it was all about PR and record-label priorities. Prior to that they'd discuss skateboarding, cooking or just about anything else of interest to the artist.
So was born the casual, "living room conversation" dynamic of Offtrack who's guest list leans towards the musical but with plenty of comedians, actors and generally interesting folks thrown in.
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Going Off Track Benny Horowitz & Brad Worrell

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Going Off Track is a weekly, interview show hosted by Benny Horowitz (The Gaslight Anthem) and producer Brad Worrell.
The show was created in 2012 by Jonah Bayer, Steven Smith and Brad, when Steven (then a FuseTV host with Jonah his writer), realized that all the interesting conversations with guests were happening while the lights were being setup. Once cameras started rolling it was all about PR and record-label priorities. Prior to that they'd discuss skateboarding, cooking or just about anything else of interest to the artist.
So was born the casual, "living room conversation" dynamic of Offtrack who's guest list leans towards the musical but with plenty of comedians, actors and generally interesting folks thrown in.
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    Flashback Friday - Eugene Hütz

    Flashback Friday - Eugene Hütz

    Today's episode first appeared in Aug. 2017 - the dynamic Gogol Bordello front-man(iac), Eugene Hütz talked with Benny and the entire old gang.
    It's a great time to bring it back as he has just released a single with other former guest, Jesse Malin “ Fall from Grace with God “ in support of Ukraine.
    Check out all of it and stand with Ukraine! 🇺🇦

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    • 1 hr 3 min
    Jonah Matranga

    Jonah Matranga

    onelinedrawing, singer/songwriter, Jonah Matranga joined us this week from quarantine to vent about getting Covid on his very first, post-pandemic show. Maybe that's why he also goes on to explain how The Office is like a perfect pop-song.
    Jonah's website
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    • 2 hrs 8 min
    Josh Jurk

    Josh Jurk

    Hardcore screamer/frontman for School Drugs, Josh Jurk joins us this week to award some Hardcore Olypmics gold medals. He also promotes mental health and therapy for all which could be related to his belief in band dictatorships.
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    • 2 hrs 3 min
    Josh Johnson

    Josh Johnson

    Daily Show writer, comedian, and artist Josh Johnson talks about his prolific pandemic which culminated in doing standup in the park. He helps us define true friendship and explains why you shouldn't eat a cheeseburger on the stairs of the subway.
    Check out Josh's podcast
    ...and his website
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    • 1 hr 41 min
    Flashback Friday - Blake Schwarzenbach

    Flashback Friday - Blake Schwarzenbach

    One of the many distraction this week that kept Benny & Brad from recording a new episode was... they both went out to see Jawbreaker! So why not go WAY back (can it really have been that long ago?) to episode# 85 with the legend himself. Thanks Steven Smith for the tix! -Brad
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    • 1 hr 18 min
    Rob Freeman

    Rob Freeman

    Hidden in Plain View guitarist, record producer, Rob Freeman tells us about playing drums in his dad's cover band as a kid, Jersey shit-talk and the horrors of Warped Tour. He also has a wonderful story of how the band finally got signed to Drive-Thru Records.
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    • 1 hr 53 min

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