Emily Frobos

Sub Pop Records in Seattle has churned out a number of hit-makers. There's The Shins, Sonic Youth, Sound Garden and more. (Who could forget Nirvana?)

And the record label keeps the acts coming. One of the newest additions to their roster: Atlanta locals, Omni.

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Paste Magazine recently published its list of highly anticipated 2019 albums, including new releases from Lizzo, Solange, Jenny Lewis and Grace Potter. Josh Jackson, editor of Paste Magazine, stopped by "On Second Thought" to share his favorites as well as preview concerts around Georgia.

Jackson also discussed upcoming concerts from Lake Street Dive (Macon, Jan. 14), King Tuff (Athens, Jan. 15), and Cher (Duluth, Jan. 25).

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Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit's new album, "Live From The Ryman," is the band's latest live album. We spoke with Josh Jackson, Paste Magazine's editor-in-chief, about the new music. We also discussed upcoming performances from Kamasi Washington, Jim James and Migos.

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Cat Power's new album, "Wanderer," is her latest in six years and the first since the birth of her son. We spoke with Josh Jackson, Paste Magazine's editor-in-chief, about her indelible sound. We also discussed other releases from R.E.M. and Phosphorescent.


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Atlanta-based Tena Clark is a music producer, songwriter, Grammy winner and now memoirist. She chronicles her childhood in rural Mississippi in the new book, "Southern Discomfort."

Clark spoke to us about her new memoir, her mother's musical legacy and meeting Stevie Wonder for the first time.


Bill Nigut’s guest on this edition of Two Way Street is Georgia-based musician Brandon Bush. He was an original member of Sugarland, one of the hottest acts in country music until they went their separate ways six years ago to the dismay of their millions of fans.