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The Swon Brothers Make Their Grand Ole Opry Debut | The Swon Brothers

The Swon Brothers Make Their Grand Ole Opry Debut with a Nod to History – and Mom and Dad

Originally posted 04/16/2014 06:00PM

Making their Grand Ole Opry debut Saturday night, The Swon Brothers chose to honor both family and a country music legend as they stepped to the stage for the Opry's first "Swoncert."

Before playing their debut single, “Later On,” the former season 4 The Voice stars kicked off their performance by singing a bit of George Jones's "Who's Gonna Fill Their Shoes." Midway into the song, however, the moment quickly became about their parents, whom the brothers called to the Opry stage in appreciation, noting their sacrifices to help the Oklahoma singers achieve their musical dreams.

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The Voice's Final Three Are Revealed

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The Voice's Final Three Are Revealed

Originally posted 12/11/2013 09:40AM

Ladies and gentlemen, The Voice officially has its finalists.

After a season filled with epic performances, game-changing steals and tense Twitter saves, a trio of singers proved they have the pipes – and grit – to compete for The Voice crown next week.

So who did America vote through to the finals, and who ended their musical journey?

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The Voice's Swon Brothers: Danielle & Michelle Deserve to Win

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The Voice Finalists Confident, Nervous and Hopeful at Show's End

Originally posted 06/18/2013 11:30AM

Texas teen Danielle Bradbery predicted she wouldn't sleep at all Monday night. But the Swon Brothers said they'd rest peacefully, knowing they did their best on the final night of competition on season 4 of The Voice.

With the winner set to be announced live on Tuesday, Colton and Zach Swon told PEOPLE the night before that they felt like one of the ladies – indie rocker Michelle Chamuel of Team Usher or Bradbery – would take home the big prize.

"We'll be able to sleep tonight, and to see one of these girls win, we would be just as excited," Colton said. "We want to win, don't get us wrong, but they are just great people. The both deserve it."

Added Zach: "Danielle is a little prodigy."

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