The Swon Brothers Tickets
The Swon Brothers first hit the national radar as the third finalists on NBC’s The Voice Season 4. Part of Team Blake, Zach and Colton turned heads with their charming personalities and incredible singing. Their talent earned them a contract with Arista Nashville record label and the duo released their first self-titled album in 2014. It marked the beginning of an exciting musical journey for the brothers and under the guidance of ace producer Mark Bright they composed hit songs like “Later On”, “Pray For You” and “This Side of Heaven” also featuring Carrie Underwood. In fact Underwood is lending full support to her label mates and has invited them to open for her on “Storyteller Tour”. The brothers have some solo concerts lined up as well, so if you want to listen live to the phenomenal crooners then buy The Swon Brothers tickets right away.
The Swon Brothers Venues
- The Swon Brothers Eight Seconds Saloon
- Grand Ole Opry: Scotty McCreery, Charlie Daniels Band, Steve Wariner, The Swon Brothers, Brooke Eden & Del McCoury Band Grand Ole Opry House
The Swon Brothers Schedule 2017-18
- Grand Ole Opry: Scotty McCreery, Charlie Daniels Band, Steve Wariner, The Swon Brothers, Brooke Eden & Del McCoury Band, Grand Ole Opry House tickets for 03/28 07:00 PM at Grand Ole Opry House, Nashville, TN
- Tue Mar 28 2017
Rise of The Swon Brothers
The Voice, NBC’s hit singing show has churned out several country artists in the past few years. And they all have been a part of Team Blake. Season 4 saw the dynamic brother-duo Zach and Colton Swon and they won over the audience and judges with their sibling harmonies. Blake Shelton saw that the brothers had potential and while he nurtured their vocal depth and range, his only advice to them was to be as authentic as possible. On his encouragement they performed the songs “Who's Gonna Fill Their Shoes” by George Jones, “Okie from Muskogee” by Merle Haggard and “Fishin' in the Dark” by The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band. Not only were they able to engage the crowd but the cover songs showed their love for country music and their ability to handle the music by the greats.
Interestingly, Colton also auditioned for the American Idol and only made it to the Top 48. When asked about the difference between the two critically acclaimed reality singing shows, he was all praise for both, but The Voice gave him the opportunity to perform with his partner in crime Zach. Also, the show allowed him to be groomed by one of the biggest stars in the country music scene and that made a lot of difference in the brothers’ singing style. The Swon Brothers have been on the road on and off, performing with biggies like Brad Paisley, Blake Shelton and now will be rocking arenas alongside Carrie Underwood. Even if these stars weren’t attached to the duo, The Swon Brothers tickets are selling out on their own as they have developed quite an impressive fan following.
The Swon Brother Are Right on Track – Hit Album & ACM Award Nomination
Coming off a reality show doesn’t always guarantee chart success. There have been many hopefuls who have given their all to produce acclaimed albums post competition but failed. The Swon Brothers defied odds and even though they didn’t win The Voice, they managed to release Billboard Country Top 10 album. Their self-titled record featured the hit number “Later On”, a bro country track that boasts of incredible vocals and harmonies. Zazh and Colton bravely foray into upbeat toe-tappers like “What I’m Thinking About”, “95” and “Chasing You Around” that are performed with calm and spirited romanticism. The single “This Side of Heaven” features tender background vocals by Carrie Underwood and is a standout number. The Swon Brothers have produced a collection that includes heartfelt tracks as well like “What I’m Thinking About”.
Their powerfully emotional voice, tightly knit harmonies and clear falsetto has earned them their first nomination at the Academy of Country Music Award as the Vocal Duo of the Year. Only one year old in the industry and they have already performed at the prestigious Grand Ole Opry, paying tribute to the country legends like George Jones and also their parents, who were their first influences. The Swon Brothers are also slated to perform at several music festivals and concert tours, so check the schedule for 2015-16 and catch the superb duo rock country classics and their personal numbers.
The Swon Brothers Events Tickets Prices
The average price for The Swon Brothers Tickets start from $141. The minimum get in price is $37 for The Swon Brothers Tickets at the Eight Seconds Saloon, Indianapolis. For a detailed look at ticket prices and amazing discounts, visit our website.
|Name||City||Date||Average Ticket Price||Get In Price
|Grand Ole Opry: Scotty McCreery, Charlie Daniels Band, Steve Wariner, The Swon Brothers, Brooke Eden & Del McCoury Band||Nashville||28-Mar-17||$162||$162|
|The Swon Brothers||Indianapolis||5-May-17||$141||$37|
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