By DEREK HALSEY
GRAYSON, Ky - Even though Volume Five seems like a newer band that is creeping up to the top tier of the bluegrass world these days, the band has been in existence since 2008.
Much like similar groups such as Balsam Range and others who began to get noticed in bits and pieces as their recognition grew, Volume Five garnered two International Bluegrass Music Association nominations in 2014 with a nod for Emerging Artist of the Year and one for Gospel Recorded Performance of the Year for the song "The Day We Learned to Fly."As Volume Five prepares to play at the 15th annual Rudy Fest Bluegrass Festival this week in Grayson, Kentucky, the group has released a powerful new album called "Voices."
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