These are definitely two of my favorite competitors from “The Voice”. The Swon Brothers, Zach and Colton, will be returning to the stage of The Voice on Tuesday night, Dec. 10. They will be be singing “Later On,” a track from their debut album, set to release in 2014. Below is a press release I received about this television appearance. And, I couldn’t resist dropping in a few photos I took of the guys this past summer. Here’s the release:
Arista Nashville recording artists and NBC “The Voice” Season 4 finalists, The Swon Brothers, return to perform on next week’s live episode on Tuesday, Dec. 10 at (9-10 p.m. ET/PT).
The pair first won the hearts of America when they joined Team Blake during Season 4, charming viewers with their brotherly antics and vocal harmony. The duo has recently been in the studio with renowned producer Mark Bright (Carrie Underwood, Sara Evans) and will return to “The Voice” to perform “Later On,” a track from their full-length album due out in 2014.
About The Swon Brothers: Arista Nashville recording artists The Swon Brothers remember their first performance in Nashville, TN, like it was yesterday. It wasn’t in a packed house during a writers’ night on a dimly lit stage, or in the office of a publisher who was eager to hear their latest songs. It was actually a “pit stop” on the way to a family vacation in Florida. Of course, they were only 8 and 11 years old at the time, but to them, it was perfectly normal. Recently the brothers from Muskogee, OK, who captured the hearts of America with their sibling harmonies and witty personalities, were honored with the Rising Star award by the Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame and have been increasingly busy since their time on “The Voice,” touring steadily and making numerous appearances, including playing the halftime show at a recent Arizona Cardinals/Detroit Lions game and singing at the 2013 Warrior Open golf tournament in Dallas for an audience that included former President George W. Bush.
They also enjoyed a rare treat during a recent trip to Washington, D.C., when Rep. Markwayne Mullin (R-OK), from their home state, gave them a private tour of the U.S. Capitol before their performance at the Susan G. Komen Honoring The Promise Benefit Concert the following evening. The Swon Brothers plan to release their debut album on Arista Nashville in early 2014.
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