It's been nearly a year since the Swon Brothers auditioned for "The Voice" and now they're just days away from learning if they win the grand prize of a recording contract.
Though the finalists are hard at work preparing for their last performances, Muskogee's own country duo took a few minutes Friday to chat with 2NEWS Anchor Deana Silk.
With this season's competition nearly finished, Colton said the brothers will even miss the anxiety of performing on "The Voice" stage.
"It's sad ... We're going to miss all of this," he said.
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Last week, the brothers visited their hometown and performed at the Oklahoma Country Music Hall of Fame, where Zach worked before getting the biggest break of their lives. The two received even scored an award, the same award their "Voice" coach Blake Shelton received years ago.
"You never really think it's going to happen to you," said Colton. "And one day you wake up and you're getting handed the Rising Star Award."
"It's definitely a dream come true," said Zach.
The two-night season finale begins Monday at 7 p.m.
Zach and Colton kept mum about what songs they'll perform but Zach said it's his favorite and it's going to be a surprise to viewers.
"I promise you haven't seen this side of us yet ... Hopefully America will get behind it," said Colton.
Watch "The Voice" Monday at 7 p.m. on Channel 2. The live results show airs Tuesday at 8 p.m.
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