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Episode 125: Chris Farren

Punk celeb, Fake Problems frontman and one half of Antarctigo Vespucci returns to Going Off Track to talk about about trying... Read on.
Punk celeb, Fake Problems frontman and one half of Antarctigo Vespucci returns to Going Off Track to talk about about trying to write original songs, rock docs and touring. We all make the age old comparison of New York City vs. Los Angeles in an effort to try help Chris with his quest to get out...  Read on.
Punk celeb, Fake Problems frontman and one half of Antarctigo Vespucci returns to Going Off Track to talk about about trying to write original songs, rock docs and touring. We all make the age old comparison of New York City vs. Los Angeles in an effort to try help Chris with his quest to get out of his hometown... and more specifically, Florida. Oh and in case you're wondering, Chris explains how he has recently been autographing his tweets for fans who have been bringing printed-out versions of his thoughts to his solo shows. Unfortunately, he did not  let us now how to cultivate more-pronounced cheekbones. Maybe next time.
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Episode 124: Steven Van Patten

Horror author and professional stage manager Steven Van Patten knows where the bodies are buried, some deep within the undead... Read on.
Horror author and professional stage manager Steven Van Patten knows where the bodies are buried, some deep within the undead confines of his own mind, others probably just metaphorically but I bet they’d make a publicist  blush. Listen as Steve gives you the lowdown on what it’s like to have your day job be just...  Read on.
Horror author and professional stage manager Steven Van Patten knows where the bodies are buried, some deep within the undead confines of his own mind, others probably just metaphorically but I bet they'd make a publicist  blush. Listen as Steve gives you the lowdown on what it's like to have your day job be just as cool as your dream job plus he expounds on the issue of diversity in the vampire genre. Hint: they ain't any. Also, Steve has deep insight into the now infamous "sleep" episode. Regular listeners will know what we speak of.
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Episode 123: Kendra Morris

Recording artist Kendra Morris stopped by Going Off Track to talk about her love of soul music, what it’s like... Read on.
Recording artist Kendra Morris stopped by Going Off Track to talk about her love of soul music, what it’s like being a star in France and how she’s dealt with drunks as an East Village bartender for the past decade. From songwriting to sobriety, this podcast touches on some serious issues but the one constant is...  Read on.
Recording artist Kendra Morris stopped by Going Off Track to talk about her love of soul music, what it's like being a star in France and how she's dealt with drunks as an East Village bartender for the past decade. From songwriting to sobriety, this podcast touches on some serious issues but the one constant is Morris' positive outlook and serene calm. Hopefully this attitude will rub off on our hosts a little bit, too.
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Episode 122: Frankie Iero

The guitarist for My Chemical Romance talks about bacterial infections, the singularity, wild stage antics and of course,  New Jersey.... Read on.
The guitarist for My Chemical Romance talks about bacterial infections, the singularity, wild stage antics and of course,  New Jersey. He also reflects on the effort involved in continuing to make a living while not giving up on breaking the rules.  Frankie’s new album Stomachaches comes out 8/25 but you can pre-order it now on...  Read on.
The guitarist for My Chemical Romance talks about bacterial infections, the singularity, wild stage antics and of course,  New Jersey. He also reflects on the effort involved in continuing to make a living while not giving up on breaking the rules.  Frankie's new album Stomachaches comes out 8/25 but you can pre-order it now on iTunes.  You know you wanna.  And check him out on tour with this new band the Cellabration supporting the Used and Taking Back Sunday.
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