Multi-instrumentalist Aaron Ramsey is no stranger to the music of Volume Five. As a recording engineer for Mountain Fever Records, he has worked on several of Volume Five’s chart-topping albums. He toured twelve years with Mountain Heart before joining Volume Five on mandolin.
Volume Five’s new bass player, Kameron Keller, previously toured with Junior Sisk, Grasstowne, Darrell Webb Band and the Highland Travelers.
The boys from Volume Five is currently celebrating the success of their latest album For Those Who Care To Listen on Mountain Fever Records. The album has received tremendous chart success with five tracks charting on Bluegrass Today’s Top 20 Song Chart. Two singles, The Army Vet Song and 15th of October, reached the #1 spot. The Army Vet Song was also #14 on Bluegrass Today’s Top 30 Songs of 2019.
We are so excited to welcome Kameron to the band. We have known him for several years and he’s filled in with us before. Kameron has a great reputation as one of the best bass players in the business and we can’t wait to get started on a new recording so everyone else can hear what we hear. He’s a great guy and we look forward to performing and recording a lot of music with him. We have all known Aaron for years and have worked with him in studio. He has also filled in on mandolin and bass a few times in the past. We look forward to creating new music, and him being part of Volume Five – Glen Harrell.
I am extremely excited to get to stand on stage with some of my best friends and favorite musicians. I have always loved the material choices of this band and the direction of their music. Now I am really looking forward to being a part of Volume Five playing bass – Kameron Keller.
If you are in the area you can catch the debut performance with the exciting new line-up of Volume Five on February 15 at the Joe Val Bluegrass Festival in Framingham, MA.
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