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Oklahoma is a state well known for pro- ducing major music artists. To even be named in the same sentence with the likes of Vince Gill, Blake Shelton, Reba McEntire, Garth Brooks and Carrie Underwood is an honor for the brothers.


“I could list tons of people right now who are better than us who are sitting in Oklahoma playing music. The fact that we get put in a group like that is unreal. It’s a dream come true,” Zach said.


“All we can say is thank you so much for supporting us and changing our lives,”


Colton said.


The draw to the brothers could be any number of things—their dedication to each other, family and music, or perhaps it’s their lightheartedness and generosity. Regardless of the initial attraction, America has gotten to know the brothers and has cleared their talent for takeoff.


Like the boys looking for labels in Nashville, the duo is not one to give up eas- ily. This time the world has seen what they are capable of, and the Swon Brothers are just beginning to spread their wings.


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