Swon Brothers

Swon Brothers


The Swon Brothers gained notoriety as finalists on NBC’s “The Voice,” in 2013 and released their major-label debut, THE SWON BROTHERS, on October 14, 2014, putting their stamp on the 11-song collection by co-producing with award-winning producer Mark Bright.  The album’s first single “Later On” was the duo’s first Top 15 HIT.


In 2014 Zach and Colton received a CMA Award nomination for “Vocal Duo of the Year.”  They received an ACM Award nomination for “Vocal Duo of the Year” followed by a CMT Music Award nomination for “Duo Video of the Year” in 2015 and also opened for Brad Paisley on his Country Nation World Tour earlier that year.  In January of 2016 the brothers surprised their fans with a brand new EP called TIMELESS, which hit the #2 spot on the Country iTunes chart just hours after its release, and debuted at #19 on Billboard’s Top Country Albums Chart.  On January 30, 2016 they kicked off their first show in Jacksonville, Florida on Carrie Underwood’s “Storyteller Tour,” which toured arenas across the U.S. and Canada and wrapped on November 28th.  Earlier that summer the brothers played a slate of their own “Swoncerts” nationwide.  On March 17th of this year, Zach and Colton released their new EP, PRETTY COOL SCARS, which was produced by Brad Hill (Maren Morris, Brothers Osborne). The debut single “Don’t Call Me” was released on iTunes on February 24th and is also at country radio.


Honored with the Rising Star award by the Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame in 2013, the Muskogee, OK, natives have been charming fans with their incredible sibling harmonies and fun-loving personalities since childhood.  


Find them online at www.swonbrothers.com, on Twitter @TheSwonBrothers, and on Facebook at www.Facebook.com/theswonbrothers


Born and raised on a Farm in Eastern Utah, Charley Jenkin's life has revolved around cows, horses, rodeo, and country music. Charley lives and breathes the country. In 2001, the aspiring singer moved to Nashville. He worked on Music Row for a song writing publishing company. 

In 2004, Charley came back home to help with the farm and to be with his father who was battling cancer. The “Round Here” album is a tribute to Charley's father, and he wrote the song “Hero At Home” for him. 

In August of 2007, Charley released the album “Ridin’ followed by the popular album "Hold On" released in the Summer of 2008 when NBC Television's Nashville Star introduced Charley to millions of Americans. He was one of 12 finalist among hundreds of thousands applicants. Charley's success landed him on the Today Show. 

The rising star continues to share the stage with many of the top Country headliners like; LeAnn Rimes, Lonestar, Montgomery Gentry, Kellie Pickler, Taylor Swift, Josh Turner and many others.