• Jacob Eller to Volume Five on bass

    Jacob Eller has been announced as the new bass player with consistent bluegrass chart toppers Volume Five. Bluegrass fans know Jacob from his time on bass with Galax, VA group No Speed Limit, and with both Sierra Hull and The Church

  • Losing My Religion from Volume Five

    Volume Five also has a new single today from Mountain Fever Records, another from their next album with the label. This time it's a new song from the pen of Josh Miller called Losing My Religion, not to be confused with

  • Becky Buller Band to Volume Five

    Off-season band member changes have become commonplace in bluegrass music. The Becky Buller Band has taken this to a new extreme by replacing all of Volume Five. Becky said, "I was tired of leading my own band and I've always enjoyed

  • What I Didn’t Say from Volume Five

    Mountain Fever Records has a new single today from Volume Five, one written and sung by fiddler Glen Harrell. What I Didn't Say is a poignant and highly affecting song he put together about perhaps the worst thing any of us

  • When Karma Comes Calling from Volume Five

    Mountain Fever Records has a new single tomorrow for Volume Five, continuing with the band's penchant for cutting well-written songs on topics we don't often hear in bluegrass. This one, When Karma Comes Calling, was recorded in January of this year,

  • 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