We're All Here
Mike Sudhalter | February 4, 2009
There's a guy who thinks he's Elvis and a blonde who thinks she's Cher.
That's just part of the party that's going on in newcomer band, River County's new single, "We're All Here." It's a fun, party-anthem song about getting a little bit crazy, hence, the line "We're all here, because we're not all there."
The song - written by Curt Ryle and Jon Stone - isn't for everybody. You have to be in a party mood to enjoy a song like this one.
River County is an Indianapolis-based band that was voted "Indy's No. 1 Country Band" by Nuvo Magazine. The band has diverse influences ranging from Rascal Flatts to Marshall Tucker Band, and they've played everywhere from their hometown Indy 500 to China.