• 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

  • 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