Volume Five – We Just Disagree

by | 7 Mar, 2024 | 0 comments

Volume Five

Mountain Fever Records has released the new single from Volume Five, We Just Disagree.

We Just DisagreeThe lyrics confront familiar crossroads in relationships; who is wrong when we can’t agree? Songwriter Jim Kreuger uses rhythmic compounding to replicate the height of disagreement in a relationship. Originally recorded by Dave Mason, Glen Harrell’s smooth vocals take these lyrics to new heights.

We Just Disagree is one of my favorite songs from my childhood growing up around Muscle Shoals, Alabama. This song has such a great melody, I always thought it would make a great bluegrass song. We Just Disagree is about two people who, no matter what they do, just can’t seem to make it work. In the end, they decide not to give it another try; they know they will end up with the same result – Glen Harrell.

The track features Glen Harrell on fiddle and lead vocal, Jacob Burleson on guitar and harmony vocal, Aaron Ramsey on mandolin and harmony vocal, Chris Wade on banjo, Jacob Eller on bass, and Jeff Partin on resophonic guitar.

For more information about Volume Five, visit volumefivebg.com or mountainfever.com.

About Volume Five:

Volume Five, a group that started as a casual jam band in 2008, has grown into one of bluegrass music’s most popular and unique acts. The soulful lead vocals by Mississippi fiddler Glen Harrell and the band’s tight instrumentals and vocal harmony have earned the group two International Bluegrass Music Association (IBMA) Awards and many nominations from organizations such as the Gospel Music Association’s Dove Awards, and from the Society and Preservation of Bluegrass Music in America (SPBGMA).

Volume Five includes an impressive group of musicians including Glen Harrell on lead vocals and fiddle; Jacob Burleson on guitar and vocals; Aaron Ramsey on mandolin and vocals; Chris Wade on banjo; and Jacob Eller on bass.

In 2023, Volume Five received three 2023 Josie Music Award Nominations including Song of the Year (Losing My Religion); Glen Harrell for Musician of the Year for Fiddle; and and Jacob Burleson for Musician of the Year for Guitar.


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