Gwinnett Daily Post: Everett's Music Barn Host Volume Five's Album Release Party
"Everett’s Music Barn was established in 1964, and over the past 50 years the historic barn has fostered a community of bluegrass musicians in Suwanee. Everett’s has become a staple where fans and musicians gather every Saturday night to jam, learn and listen.
It’s the perfect place for a bluegrass band to debut a new album, which is why Volume Five will celebrate the release of their latest album “Voices” at the Barn tomorrow night. The band has released four other albums with Mountain Fever Records, gaining recognition with their second album, “Children of the Mountain,” which earned the band their first No. 1 song, “Anywhere is Home Again.” Their third album, “Run,” also achieved success, appearing on the Bluegrass Today chart every week of 2013. Volume Five released its first southern gospel album “The Day We Learn to Fly” last year, earning two International Bluegrass Music Awards nominations for Emerging Artist of the Year and Gospel Recorded Performance of the Year for the album’s title track."