Michael Cleveland brought a few friends along for a cover of Joe Ely‘s 1988 song “For Your Love”, featuring Billy Strings and Jeff White. The single is the third off Cleveland’s upcoming album, the guest-filled Lovin’ Of The Game, out on March 3rd via Compass Records.

Strings takes lead vocals on the track but, between him, fiddle virtuoso Cleveland and multi-instrumentalist White on banjo, “For Your Love” is a group effort between three modern masters. The cover barrels down the tracks with Strings’ rapid-fire delivery, with Cleveland keeping up the momentum with lightning leads. The song ultimately travels into the spacegrass territory Billy has been known to frequent in a live setting. “For Your Love” arrives at a wandering ethereal bridge reminiscent of Strings’ “Highway Hypnosis” before the trio comes back down to Earth to punctuate the track.

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Also set to appear on Cleveland’s sixth studio album are Béla FleckCharlie Starr, The Travelin’ McCourysVince Gill, and more. From his spacey exploration with Strings to a take on Blackberry Smoke‘s “One Horse Town” featuring the band’s own Charlie Starr, Lovin’ Of The Game shows just how much Cleveland is capable of.

“People know me as a traditional bluegrass fiddle player, which is what I love to do,” Cleveland said, “but this album is more than just the pure tradition. It’s a little bit of a departure for me.”

Check out the new Michael Cleveland single “For Your Love” featuring Billy Strings and Jeff White. Lovin’ Of The Game is available here for pre-order.

Michael Cleveland – “For Your Love” (feat. Billy Strings & Jeff White)