The Swon Brothers
New Album “Covers Vol. 1” released in Sep. 2023
CMA and ACM Nominees for Vocal Duo of the Year
CMT Nominee for Duo Video of the Year
Hit Single “Later On” reached Top 15 on US Country Radio and Top 50 on Canadian Country Radio
Performed nearly 50 times at The Grand Ole Opry
Toured with country music superstars such as Carrie Underwood and Brad Paisley
Finalists on Season 13 of The Voice
Co-Writers on Blake Shelton’s title track “Body Language”
Known for their seamlessly smooth, tight-knit family harmonies, The Swon Brothers were thrilling audiences long before their appearance as finalists on NBC’s The Voice. Honored with the “Rising Star” award by the Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame and inducted into the “Rhythm and Routes Oklahoma Music Trail,” the Muskogee, OK natives have been charming fans with their incredible sibling harmonies and fun-loving personalities since childhood.
Brothers Zach and Colton Swon are not only consummate performers who’ve built a loyal, devoted fan base and strong social media following, they are also top-notch songwriters and producers who have contributed to many projects in Country and beyond, including superstar Blake Shelton’s album BODY LANGUAGE. The duo co-wrote the title track and are also featured performers on the song. They released their own self-produced version of “Body Language” in late 2022.
Numerous industry honors and nominations for CMA, ACM and CMT Music Awards are evidence of just how far the duo has come since their early days rising up through the competition on “The Voice,” to the polished, confident artists they are today. The Swons’ music has been featured on numerous digital streaming platforms and playlists, including Spotify Editorial Playlists: New Boots, Breakout Country, Next From Nashville, New Country, New Music Nashville, Country Sunrise, and more.
In-demand performers, The Swon Brothers have toured as part of Carrie Underwood’s Storyteller Tour and Brad Paisley’s Country Nation World Tour, as well headlining their own cross-country shows, and in 2022 raised more than $72k in funding and 3k pounds of non-perishable food at their 10th Annual Swon Brothers’ Concert to Benefit The Salvation Army in their hometown.