MUSKOGEE, Okla. - The Swon Brothers continued their whirlwind journey on The Voice Monday and with only five artists remaining in the competition excitement's been building all across Muskogee.
The Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame in the heart of Muskogee and where Zach and Colton Swon used to give tours while dreaming of future stardom once again hosted the brothers' watch party Monday night.
Friends, family and bandmates of the country duo gathered in support of the Swon Brothers as they performed Bob Seger's "Turn the Page" and Kenny Loggins' "Danny's Song."
Following both songs, Usher used the words "blown away," Adam Levine said they were incredible and coach Blake Shelton went so far as to say it was the brothers' best night on The Voice.
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"It's surreal to think that they're in L.A. and Hollywood and doing all the big things," said Jermaine Mondaine, who plays saxophones with the Swon Brothers. "But at the same time, you know, around here, everyone knew. I mean even at an early age, you just knew that those guys were going to make it."
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