“The Voice” was preempted in Oklahoma City Monday night because of the devastating and deadly tornadoes that ripped through Moore and south Oklahoma City earlier in the day.
But the reality show had to go on for Muskogee’s The Swon Brothers, who again showed off their tight sibling harmonies on a fun rendition of the Randy Houser hit “How Country Feels.” Check out the performance embedded below.
Country music superstar Toby Keith, who was born in Clinton, grew up in Moore and makes his home in Norman, issued a statement this statement through his publicist just moments ago, a few hours after deadly and devastating tornadoes ripped through Moore and south Oklahoma City this afternoon:
“This storm has devastated the community that I grew up in.
There has been an incredible outpouring of prayers and sympathy from around the world since deadly and devastating tornadoes ripped through Moore and south Oklahoma City this afternoon, less than a day after Shawnee and Carney were among the Oklahoma towns to be ravaged Sunday by twisters.
“The Voice” live playoffs continue at 7 tonight on NBC, and Muskogee’s The Swon Brothers will be performing, along with the rest of the Top 10.
Oklahomans Zach and Colton Swon are the first duo to make it to “The Voice” live rounds, but their minds won’t just be on the show tonight, considering the destructive and deadly tornadoes that have ripped through the state Sunday and earlier today.