TULSA - The Swon Brothers, the country music duo from Muskogee who rose to fame on NBC's "The Voice," played a special show in Tulsa on Tuesday night.
Zach and Colton Swon took the stage to perform at the induction ceremony for the Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame.
Behind the scenes, a 2NEWS crew spent some time with the brothers on their tour bus.
The Swons say life has changed tremendously since their run to "The Voice" finals ended in June. Specifically, they say their shows have grown in size.
"A lot more people show up," said Zach. "It's weird but it's awesome."
The brothers now call Nashville home. That's where they spend time working on their new album when not on tour.
"We're hoping toward the spring, we'll have a CD done," said Colton. "This is what's going to be pushed by a label and this is what's going to say 'hey, are these guys top-ten worthy? Are they going to stick around country music?"
Zach and Colton hope to have the first single from the the upcoming album released before the end of the year.
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