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Episode 127: Garrett Klahn

Buffalo native and Texas Is The Reason frontman, Garrett Klahn came by on his fortieth birthday to announce his upcoming... Read on.
Buffalo native and Texas Is The Reason frontman, Garrett Klahn came by on his fortieth birthday to announce his upcoming solo album on Rise Records, discuss why he recently moved out of NYC after two decades and to elaborate on the dramatic break-ups of Copper and TITR. “Texas wasn’t built to last, I don’t know...  Read on.
Buffalo native and Texas Is The Reason frontman, Garrett Klahn came by on his fortieth birthday to announce his upcoming solo album on Rise Records, discuss why he recently moved out of NYC after two decades and to elaborate on the dramatic break-ups of Copper and TITR. "Texas wasn't built to last, I don't know if we had another record in us," he explains at one point. "In the grand scheme of things I'm glad that it happened that way because it immediately put things in perspective." Judging from Klahn's current outlook, it seems as if the next phase of his career is going to be just as exciting to him and his listeners. Big thanks to The Gaslight Anthem's drummer Benny Horowitz for once again joining us as a guest host.
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Episode 126: Andrew Goldstein

Comedian, Writer/Producer for MTV/VH1, burger connoisseur, professional restling enthusiast and former WWE writer, Andrew Goldstein swings by to hang and give... Read on.
Comedian, Writer/Producer for MTV/VH1, burger connoisseur, professional restling enthusiast and former WWE writer, Andrew Goldstein swings by to hang and give the lowdown dirty dirt on how wrestling works inside and out plus continues our ongoing look into the behind the scenes workings of the television industry.  Also, he has a fine singing voice. Read on.
Comedian, Writer/Producer for MTV/VH1, burger connoisseur, professional restling enthusiast and former WWE writer, Andrew Goldstein swings by to hang and give the lowdown dirty dirt on how wrestling works inside and out plus continues our ongoing look into the behind the scenes workings of the television industry.  Also, he has a fine singing voice.
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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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