• Kameron Keller to Volume Five

    Volume Five has solidified its 2020 lineup, bringing Kameron Keller in on bass to complete this season's lineup. The east Tennessee native has been a fixture in the bluegrass scene for at least a decade, having worked lengthy stints with Junior

  • Aaron Ramsey to Volume Five

    Volume Five has announced a personnel change as they enter 2020. Aaron Ramsey has joined the group playing mandolin. Aaron has become a highly influential player in the bluegrass world of late. In his dozen years with Mountain Heart, he established

  • The Army Vet Song from Volume Five

    When Jacob Burleson took the mandolin position with Volume Five back in 2016, a few people wondered if this young fella would be up to the job. Not yet 18 years old when he took the gig, Jacob quickly demonstrated

  • 15th of October from Volume Five

    Mountain Fever Records has released a new single today from Volume Five, the first from their eighth album expected soon on the southwest Virginia label. For a decade now Volume Five has been known for seeking out and recording material of

  • Adam Steffey is back – with Volume Five!

    With the announced departure of Colby Laney as guitarist with Volume Five, the band has announced a couple of big changes. Jacob Burleson will switch from mandolin to guitar, and the band will welcome the big daddy, Adam Steffey, into the

  • Colby Laney to leave Volume Five

    Guitarist and vocalist Colby Laney has announced his departure from Volume Five. He had toured with the band this past four years, which was his second stint with them. Colby made a name for himself while still a very young man,

  • Welcome Indy Williamson

    Another bluegrass baby - with a legit bluegrass name! Chris Williamson, bass player with Volume Five, and his wife Brittany, welcomed their first child into the world earlier this week. Indy Jolene Williamson was born on March 19 at 12:50 a.m. in Gainesville,

  • Milestones – Volume Five

    Would you rather hear an average rendition of a great song, or a stellar version of an average song? That's a though experiment I have rolled around in my brain for some time, mostly for fun. Ultimately, however, neither can