The Greencards

The Greencards may play Americana music, but their contemporary bluegrassy sound was born of a foreigner’s interpretation of classic country – filtered by their upbringing in Australia (Carol and Kym) and the UK (Eamon). The trio came together in Austin and formed a musical partnership that drew attention from Bob Dylan and Willie Nelson (who asked the group to join them on one of their summer ballpark tours) and the Recording Academy, who recognized them with Grammy nominations – including this year for Best Country Instrumental.

Listen to Jim Blum’s interview with The Greencards below.




Crystal Merchant


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