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Dave Hause is a great songwriter, singer, performer and an awesome podcast guest, especially for this show. Benny and Dave dig into their shared past, the rewards and pains of being a professional musician and Fat Mike's over-reaction to Dave's artic... more
Listening to Donovan Woods talk is almost as good as listening to him sing. The lyrics are there! Maybe the backing track of Benny and Brad cackling at his stories isn't quite as nice as Donovan's sweet acoustic guitar but hey, it's storytime. Tim Mc... more
Deep thinking drummer, podcaster and renown singer/songwriter, Emil Amos joins us gets way deep with Benny. "Melt down this whole machine so people can see what's inside the Matrix." Then he tells us about how hid dad used to be sailing pals with Joh... more
Jeff Jeff Jeff Jeff! 🎸 ill make you party at my funeral cause mourning is for suckers 👍
Each episode hits the right spot. Over and over and over. When I put the headphones in, I just push it in deeper so I can feel Benny and Brad closer to me.
Erotic music talk with two stud hosts and sex pot guests. Content takes me from six to eleven. I always want more. more
My ears. All over and inside my ears. Going Off Track needs to be inside my ears all the time. I need it. Give me more! Deep. Inside. My. Ears. Now. Give me more, more, more! Give me more on my track, off my track, in between my track. All of it!
I’ve had this show in my queue for like 6 years and have only gotten through about 30 some-odd episodes; started from the beginning and am in the 2013 era. Boy.. wow.. music critics huh? Real super cool guys! Lol. They all literally sound like bad parodies with how they speak and condescend... like nails on sheet metal. I googled that jonah guy and he looked exactly like I thought he would. Music industry people aren’t as cool as they believe they are. Oh well. I can’t imagine the show gets any ... more
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Going Off Track launched 12 years ago and published 428 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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