The Swon Brothers from "The Voice" are one of top 48 contestants in Season 4 of the NBC reality singing competition series. They are on Blake Shelton's team.

The Swon Brothers ("The Voice") sang "American Girl" by Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers for their blind audition. After Shelton, Shakira and Usher all turned their chairs around, the duo decided to choose Shelton to be their coach.

These country-singing brothers, Colton Swon and Zach Swon, hail from Muskogee, Oklahoma. As kids they grew up with Southern gospel music, which sparked their interest in becoming musicians, and they are now fans of Keith Urban and the Eagles. With big personalities, often providing the comic relief, the brothers' close relationship keeps them on track to fulfilling their goals and musical ambitions.








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