LOS ANGELES - Well here we are, a day away from The Voice season 4 crowning, and those two brothers from Muskogee are still hanging around.
The Swon Brothers performed on The Voice three times Monday, and while each song served as a plea for their competitive lives, night one of the season finale felt more like a celebration than anything else.
Zach and Colton kicked off the show with The Eagles classic "I Can't Tell You Why," gaining praise from all four judges for branching out and -- in Usher's words -- evolving. Shakira even waved a "Go Okies" flag during their performance.
The Oklahoma pair followed up the song with a familiar tune, "Danny's Song" by Kenny Loggins, which they performed earlier in the competition. Again a collective thumbs up from the judges.
After another round of songs from fellow finalists Danielle Bradbery and Michelle Chamuel -- and a taped sit down in which coach Blake Shelton met The Swon Brothers' parents -- Zach and Colton joined their mentor on stage with Brad Paisley's light-hearted "Celebrity."
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The brothers admit they never thought they'd make it this far on the singing competition, but they are thankful to fans who've helped them make it to the end.
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"At this point, it's a win for everyone," said Colton Swon prior to Monday's show. "If you go home tomorrow you left it all on the stage. That's all you can ask for."
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