LOS ANGELES - Those boys from Muskogee just keep getting better.
After singing a toe-tapping rendition of "Fishin' in the Dark" last week, The Swon Brothers slowed things down Monday night with a stripped-down tribute to a country legend.
With Zach at a piano and Colton manning a guitar, the duo performed a candlelit version of the late George Jones' "Who's Gonna Fill Their Shoes."
READ: 'George Jones dead at 81' (http://bit.ly/thepossum)
The bold move paid off. All four coaches gave glowing remarks at the song's end. Usher called it "an incredible tribute," while the Blake Shelton gave The Swon Brothers even more encouragement.
"I think this is y'alls breakout moment tonight, I really do," the coach said.
The praise didn't stop there. Georgette Jones, daughter of George and a songwriter herself, tweeted shortly after they left the stage.
"@TheSwonBrothers yall were amazing and I loved that you chose to honor my Daddy! Wishing yall the best. Awesome :)," she wrote.
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Results will be announced Tuesday night, when two Voice performers will be sent home.
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