LOS ANGELES - The singing brothers from Muskogee continue their journey on The Voice.
The Swon Brothers were once again the last artists to be selected Tuesday to move on.
For fans, the anticipation was almost unbearable.
"I'm not a very patient person," said Whitney Parton, a passionate Swon Brothers fan. "Having to sit there and wait 'til the very end, I'm not very good with that."
The Swons stayed true to their roots on Monday night, singing two country songs. Saloon girls danced in the background while the brothers sang "Wagon Wheel" by Darius Rucker.
The Swon Brothers second song may have been the reason they moved on, singing Merle Haggard's "Okie From Muskogee" which drew praise from the judges.
The final five will perform Monday night at 7 on NBC.
For complete coverage on this season, check out our Voice page (http://bit.ly/TheVoicessn4).
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