Episode 43: Matt Rubano


Matt Rubano (bass player for the All-American Rejects/ Taking Back Sunday), came by the Going Off Track this week to talk about his “life changing moment” when he ran out on his job, waiting tables for some Italian tough-guys, to go record with Lauren Hill and Q-Tip

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at the legendary Chunk King Studios. He also talks about Berkeley School of Music, WARPED tour, and how he started playing with Mark from Taking Back Sunday when the latter was just nine years old.

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