MUSKOGEE, Okla. - And now we wait.
The Swon Brothers have 24 hours to think about their performance on The Voice Tuesday as America's votes are tallied for Wednesday's elimination show.
Singing Nitty Gritty Dirt Band's fun-evoking "Fishin' in the dark," the Muskogee boys got the crowd involved as well as any yet in the competition.
The coaches liked them too: Usher called them "pretty cool," Shakira liked their vibe and Blake continued to talk up the pair's chemistry.
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But The Swon Brothers biggest fans were undoubtedly the ones glued to a Muskogee big screen. About 200 people packed the Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame to watch the local brothers for their first live Voice performance.
The room erupted into applause by the song's end.
"I know they have to be so excited and it almost makes me want to cry because they're living their dream right now so go boys," said an emotional Tammy Swon, the boys' mother.
2NEWS caught up with Zach and Colton after the show to hear their thoughts on the night.
"Tonight was a dream come true and we couldn't be happier," they said. "From the bottom of our hearts we thank you for the prayers, votes and downloads. We couldn't do it without the amazing love and support we have received! God is Good!"
To vote for your favorite performer, go online to nbc.com/the-voice/vote.
For complete coverage on this season, check out our Voice page (http://bit.ly/TheVoicessn4).
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