LOS ANGELES - The Swon Brothers just keep swinning.
Tuesday night marked another performance on the fourth season of The Voice in which the Muskogee natives sang their way to success.
Battling fellow country artist Grace Askew, Zach and Colton Swon performed Dobie Gray's "Drift Away," which followed Askew's soulful rendition of Ann Peeble's "I Can't Stand the Rain."
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Ultimately, the talented Memphis singer may have been just too unpredictable for her own good.
Usher was the first to give his thoughts after both songs concluded and called Askew's performance "a little loose."
Blake Shelton also appeared frustrated with the artist. After a lengthy pause, Shelton again chose his fellow Oklahomans, whom he said he had a "better grip" on their performance.
And while the brothers' win felt more like an escape, Shelton offered a positive perspective on their journey through the competition.
"The Swon Brothers are the very first duo since season one to go to the live shows, and I'm really happy with that," he said after the show.
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