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.
#337 - Tim Barry
Avail frontman, punk-folkster Tim Barry checked in from lovely Richmond, VA to talk about his early metal days, adult dorms and a recent, massive LSD trip that ended up involving 2am chats with his publisher and accountant.
#336 - Jennie Cotterill
Bad Cop/Bad Cop is a badass, punk-rock band and this week their singer-guitarist, Jennie Cotterill tuned in to give us the low-down on the band and then take us off-track into baking, guitars, sculpture, and the evil Mrs. Hammond.
#335 - Jean-Paul Gaster
Clutch drummer, Jean-Paul Gaster is the backbone of his group but he's also a big Miles Davis fan and has great advice on working with stone. At the end of the day though, it's just fun to listen to Benny bro' down with a fellow time-keeper.
#334 - Bryan Kienlen
Bryan Kienlen, bassist for The Bouncing Souls and tattoo artist, talks about the Jersey punk band's earliest incarnations, and adventures, in high school thru to the newest, and cutest, addition to his family.
#333 - Jeremy Bolm
Touché Amoré frontman, Jeremy Bolm is a hardcore-punk master who loves vinyl records and believes in aliens. Hear us discuss all that, Alaska and how his grandpa was pals with Bob Hope.
#332 - Syd Butler
There's a few punk musicians out there with successful record labels but Syd Butler may be the nicest of them all. Hear stories like his first band with Ian MacKaye's sister and freezing in the Seth Meyers studio where he plays bass in the 8G band.
Customer ReviewsSee All
I would rather listen to going off track than be hooking up with a hot chick and like I’m not saying that I wouldn’t like both but, definitely if I had to pick one. Usually after I finish I want her to leave any way!
Greatest Quarantine Discovery
Going off Track is the greatest thing I have discovered during quarantine.
My favorite podcast genre is: Music Nerds Talking to other Music Nerds about Music. Man does Going off Track live up to that ask!
My favorite podcast.
My favorite podcast. Enough said. It is perfect. Hope Jonah can come back someday.