LOS ANGELES - Muskogee's favorite sons took time out on The Voice Monday night to remember those affected by the massive tornado that ripped through Oklahoma.
Following their live top 10 performance, host Carson Daly asked The Swon Brothers about the tragedy back home.
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“Yeah, family’s OK as far as we know. We just want to let everyone know at home that we’re praying for you and it is hard to enjoy a night like this when stuff like that is going on. Let’s you know what’s really important in life,” said Colton Swon. "Our hearts are definitely going out to you."
As for their performance, the duo sang "How Country Feels" by Randy Howser.
Coach Blake Shelton said he chose the song because he wanted to show the more energetic side of the duo.
"The reason I thought this song was great for you guys was because it's rockin' but still country," said Shelton.
The number to vote for the Swon Brothers is 855-864-2303.
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