New Single From Volume Five – You Don’t Care For Me Enough to Cry
This new release is the first from their upcoming album coming out next year on Mountain Fever Records.
You Don’t Care For Me Enough To Cry was written by the talented John Moreland. Every now and then you run across a song that takes your breath away, like this one did for me. We hope you enjoy Volume Five’s version, and it moves you the way it moved me when I first heard John perform it – Glen Harrel, band leader.
You Don’t Care for Me Enough to Cry features Volume Five band members Glen Harrell on lead vocals and fiddle, Jacob Burleson on guitar, Aaron Ramsey on mandolin, and Chris Wade on banjo, with guest Jeff Partin on bass and Dobro.
Volume Five’s current album, Karma, continues to achieve remarkable success. Seven songs from that album hit the bluegrass charts with four songs reaching #1, including Restless Heart and a Rambler’s Soul, Losing My Religion, Walk Beside Me, and When Karma Comes Calling, which was #1 seven times on the Bluegrass Today Top 20 Song Chart. Other chart songs include What I Didn’t Say, You Take Me as I Am, and My Life. In addition to Bluegrass Today chart success, the band has appeared on Bluegrass Unlimited Magazine’s National Bluegrass Radio Survey Chart, Cashbox Magazine,Roots Music Report Top Bluegrass Songs and Albums charts, and other radio charts.
Bluegrass music fans can catch Volume Five live at the Mountain View Bluegrass Festival in Mountain View, Arkansas, November 10-11,2023.
For more information on Volume Five, please visit the band’s website. For more information on their Mountain Fever Records’ catalog of music, please visit mountainfever.com.
About Volume Five:
Volume Five, 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).
In 2023, Glen Harrell and Jacob Burleson (guitar and vocals) received 2023 Josie Music Award nominations for Musician of the Year for fiddle and guitar, respectively. The band also includes the extraordinary talents of Aaron Ramsey (mandolin and vocals), Chris Wade (banjo), and Jacob Eller (bass).
When I put this group together, I knew the style of music I wanted us to play and the goals we wanted to achieve. 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 – Glen Harrell.