Going Off Track
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. Support the show via Patreon! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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