From the first down-beat in 2002, through a 31 date tour with Bob Dylan and Willie Nelson, The Greencards have won hearts and acclaim for their multi dimentional Americana vision.

Their new GRAMMY nominated album, Sweetheart of the Sun, produced by Gary Paczosa (John Prine, Alison Krauss, Sarah Jarosz) is filled with songs that reference water, along with the often-related concepts of motion and travel. The Greencards co-founders Kym Warner and Carol Young focused on those aspects of their lives to craft a unified sonic document, one that catalogues their journeys while transporting listeners to a beautiful, welcoming world.

Drawing on their Aussie upbringings, their American experiences and their restless natures, The Greencards use imagery and instrumentation to evoke moods and suggest movement; the songs themselves ebb and flow like tides.

Young and Warner have traveled far, literally and metaphorically, since forming The Greencards in 2002 after transplanting themselves in Austin TX. Their debut album, Movin' On, earned them a deal with Nashville-based Dualtone Records, so they headed east. Weather and Water, Viridian, Fascination and The Brick Album followed, along with three GRAMMY nominations in 2008, 2010 and 2014, a 2006 Americana Honors & Awards win as New/Emerging Artist Of The Year, and a number one position on the Billboard Bluegrass Chart.

Not only does the guest list in this wonderful body of music contacin some of Nashville and Austin's finest, Sons of Fathers, Aoife O'Donovan and Gusters' Luke Reynolds, it's also a short-list of The Greencards favorites - purposely gathered together as a gift of sorts to their supportive fans. The band's last release, 2011's The Brick Album, was a collaboration with those fans; donors who helped get it made even got their own "bricks" in the album art. But this time, says Warner, "We wanted to turn the tables and give back."

Yes, Sweetheart of the Sun is one special voyage. The time to book passage is now.

"This imported band is creating some of the finest Americana around." -RollingStone

"Laid-back tunes that land in the sweet spot halfway between Americana and bluegrass." - TIME MAGAZINE

"Their album is simply stunning." - BUDDY MILLER