Country Music Award-nominated duo, The Swon Brothers, will take the stage at Gilley’s Saloon, Dance Hall & Bar-B-Que at Treasure Island Las Vegas on Friday, Aug. 4, beginning at 10 p.m.
Finalists on season four of “The Voice” on NBC, The Swon Brothers have had more than 100 million online streams and have released hit songs such as “Later On” and “This Side of Heaven,” among others.
In addition to releasing their own music, the duo co-wrote and are featured on country star Blake Shelton’s song, “Body Language.”
The Swon Brothers have also toured with iconic artists Carrie Underwood and Brad Paisley.
There is a $10 cover charge for entry after 9 p.m. More information about Gilley’s entertainment is available on Treasure Island’s website here.
About The Swon Brothers
The Swon Brothers gained national notoriety as finalists on NBC’s “The Voice,” and released their major-label debut, THE SWON BROTHERS, the following year, putting their stamp on the 11-song collection by co-producing with award-winning producer Mark Bright (Carrie Underwood). The album’s first single “Later On” was the duo’s first Top 15 HIT.
Their brand new single answers a question that the brothers are often asked…. what it’s like to work with your brother? They decided to write a song about it. “Travelin’ On,” written by Zach Swon, Colton Swon, Jonathan Dean and Stephen Hunley describes the brothers’ relationship, both on and off the stage. The trials of sometimes not seeing eye-to-eye are tempered by the steadfast bond that they have as best friends that keeps them focused on family and career, and moving forward, “traveling on,” metaphorically and literally. The song features vocals and guitar from legendary MCA Nashville recording artist, Vince Gill.
Zach and Colton have received CMA and ACM Award nominations for “Vocal Duo of the Year,” as well as a CMT Music Award nomination for “Duo Video of the Year.” The brothers joined Brad Paisley on his Country Nation World Tour and Carrie Underwood on her Storyteller Tour, and constantly tour on their own, treating their loyal fans to “Swoncerts” everywhere.
The brothers have two successful independent EP releases, TIMELESS (#2 iTunes/#19 Billboard debut) and PRETTY COOL SCARS, under their belt, as well as their self-penned single “What Ever Happened” (A Rolling Stone Country Top 10 Weekly Song) a co-written single “Midnight Lovers,” an anthem to young forbidden love, and most recently “This Town,” penned by Zach and Colton and is an ode to “Everytown USA.”
Honored with the Rising Star award by the Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame in 2013 and inducted into the Rhythm and Routes Oklahoma Music Trail in July of 2017, the Muskogee, OK natives have been charming fans with their incredible sibling harmonies and fun-loving personalities since childhood. The brothers’ extremely loyal following, “The Swontourage” continues to fortify the duo’s healthy social media platforms with daily engagement as well as live show attendance.