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Volume Five Receives Two Separate Industry Award Nominations

Volume FiveNashville, TN -- Volume Five is celebrating award nominations today from two separate organizations. As announced in a press conference by the International Bluegrass Music Association, Volume Five received an Award Nomination for Emerging Artist of the Year. At the same time, the 46th Annual GMA Dove Award Nominations were being announced live from Lipscomb University in Nashville where Volume Five was honored with a Nomination for Bluegrass Recorded Song of the Year for “Daddy Was An Old Time Preacher Man” featuring Rhonda Vincent, written by Dolly Parton and Dorothy Joe Owens.

Volume Five’s Voices Album Reaches New Heights

 VoicesBooneville, MS -- In just a few short months, Volume Five’s album, Voices on Mountain Fever Records, has soared to new heights on the radio charts. Voices is currently #1 on SiriusXM Radio Bluegrass Junction’s Most Played Albums chart, made its debut on the April Bluegrass Unlimited Magazine National Bluegrass Survey Top 15 Album Chart, and is #3 on the Roots Music Report’s Top 50 Bluegrass Albums this week.

Volume Five to Celebrate New Album "Voices" in Nashville

Volume 5 in NashvilleNashville, TN -- Volume Five will celebrate their new Mountain Fever Records album, Voices at the Station Inn located at 402 12th Avenue South in Nashville on Saturday, February 7. Doors open at 7:00pm and the show will begin at 9:00 pm. Tickets are $12 and can be purchased at the door. Volume Five includes the talents of Glen Harrell (Mandolin & Lead Vocals), Harry Clark (Mandolin & Vocals), Chris Williamson (Bass & Vocals), Patton Wages (Banjo & Vocals,) and Colby Laney (Guitar & Vocals.)

Volume 5 and Mountain Fever Release "Voices"

 VoicesWillis, VA -- Founded in early 2008 by vocalist and fiddle player Glen Harrell, Volume Five includes the talents of Harry Clark (Mandolin & Vocals), Chris Williamson (Bass & Vocals), Patton Wages (Banjo & Vocals,) and Colby Laney (Guitar & Vocals.) These five musicians together truly blend into a band with staying power. “When I put this group together, I knew the style of music I wanted us to play and the goals I wanted to achieve," stated Harrell. "It was just a matter of finding the right guys who wanted to create their own identity in the industry. I didn’t just want us to be another band that moves onto the scene and is gone in a few years, but one that would have a unique sound that players and listeners would remember for many years to come - one that sounded like no other band in the business."

Mountain Fever Records and Volume Five to Release "Voices" Jan 20

 VoicesWillis, VA -- Mountain Fever Records announces the upcoming CD release of Voices from Volume Five, which will be available on Jan. 20, 2015. Founded in early 2008 by vocalist and fiddle player Glen Harrell, Volume Five includes the talents of Harry Clark (Mandolin & Vocals), Chris Williamson (Bass & Vocals), Patton Wages (Banjo & Vocals,) and Colby Laney (Guitar & Vocals.) These five musicians together truly blend into a band with staying power. “When I put this group together, I knew the style of music I wanted us to play and the goals I wanted to achieve," stated Harrell. "It was just a matter of finding the right guys who wanted to create their own identity in the industry. I didn’t just want us to be another band that moves onto the scene and is gone in a few years, but one that would have a unique sound that players and listeners would remember for many years to come - one that sounded like no other band in the business.

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