Paul McCartney, J Mascis, The Last Dinner Party, NOW 1990, share your thoughts on Louth Town Centre and lots of great live music!

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New In Store 

'To celebrate the 50th anniversary of Paul McCartney's Band On The Run, this special vinyl edition was cut at half speed using a high-resolution transfer of the original master tapes from 1973 by Miles Showell at the legendary Abbey Road Studios, London. This tracklist mirrors the US release which includes the song “Helen Wheels”. Includes reproduction of Linda McCartney Polaroid poster.'



.What Do We Do Now is the fifth solo studio LP recorded by Dinosaur Jr's J Mascis since 1996. This is obviously not a very aggressive release schedule, but when you figure in the live albums, guest spots, and records done with his various other bands (Dinosaur Jr., The Fog, Heavy Blanket, Witch, Sweet Apple, and so on), well, to paraphrase Dinosaur Jr bassist Lou Reed, “J's week beats your year.”

'Without doubt The Last Dinner Party will be the sound of 2024. Their debut album Prelude To Ecstasy is released via Island Records. It was produced by James Ford in London, and features the breakthrough singles, “Nothing Matters”, “Sinner”, and “My Lady Of Mercy”.'

Oxblood Vinyl and CD versions available

NOW Yearbook 1990 on vinyl and CD

'NOW Music is proud to present the next instalment in the ongoing ‘Yearbook’ series – and the second to celebrate the ‘90s, NOW – Yearbook 1990; 79 tracks from a fantastic year in Pop!'


Have your say!

Remember those controversial parklets in Louth town centre?! Well now The Louth Transport Board is looking at what can be done next to further boost the middle of the market town and encourage visitors to make the most of the businesses and services there.

Whether you are a resident, business owner or visitor to Louth you can have your say about issues like parking, provision for cyclists and cafe culture via this quick survey...


We are just one month away from 20 years of Off The Beaten Tracks!

Yep, our first shop opened in March 2004 a few doors down at 29 Aswell Street and thanks to you lovely customers we are still here, now at 8 Aswell St. 

We love being part of the Louth community and we can't let this anniversary pass by without a celebration - so look out for more news on this coming soon!

And in the meantime drop us a line if you have any memories or photos of our first shop.

29 Aswell St                                            36 Aswell St


Plenty of great live music coming up from Louth's great Hoochie Coochie Club


Kathryn Roberts and Seth Lakeman at Alford Corn Exchange Sun 25th Feb

Tickets here:


Join in a singing session for a campaign film against proposed oil drilling in the Lincs ANOB with a singalong, live music from Molly Amour and comfort food in aid of Daniel's Kitchen on Sun 4th Feb at The Priory Louth at 2pm


Table 14

Tuesday 6th February 2pm
Tickets £7.50 (includes a tea or coffee at the interval)

Table 14 is an acoustic trio featuring vocals, acoustic guitar, fiddle or banjo and double bass. They play a lively mix of Americana, original songs and old time fiddle tunes. 



Open Mic Night at Louth Riverhead

Fancy having a go at something you’ve been working on? Want to support your mates? Or just want to come along and have a laugh? No matter what it is, get yourself down to Louth Riverhead Theatre for the open mic night, scheduled for Wednesday 14th February at 7.00pm

Tickets are free but MUST be booked in advance
No pre-sign up necessary, just turn up on the night!
Age Restriction 15+.
Tech support provided.
Drinks and bar snacks available.


Have a good week all :)


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