LOS ANGELES - Muskogee's favorite duo again brought smiles to Voice fans everywhere Monday, singing not one but two country songs with their signature up-tempo style.
The Swon Brothers started their night with "Wagon Wheel," a Darius Rucker hit currently No. 2 on the Billboard Country Chart. Zach and Colton were joined by a host of saloon girls dancing around a makeshift western stage.
The brothers, as well as "The Swonettes," received plenty of applause and positive comments from the coaches, including from Blake Shelton's faux-foe Adam Levine.
"It was probably my favorite performance from you guys," Levine said.
For The Swon Brothers' second act, the Oklahoma boys sang a tune everyone knew was coming at one point or another -- Merle Haggard's "Okie From Muskogee."
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While a different pace -- and era -- the end result appeared to be the same. The coaches continued to talk up the pair's ability and contagious spirit, as well as the uniqueness the brothers continue to bring to the show.
"Nobody else sounds like you guys," Shelton said. "Nobody in the world sounds like the Swon Brothers."
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