Photo by Allie Granzo
The Swon Brothers took the stage at, a packed, ACME Feed and Seed in Nashville Saturday night to celebrate the release of their new EP "Pretty Cool Scars." The duo started off the night by saluting 90's country with "Dwight Trashed," which appears first on the EP. Shortly into their set they gave a shoutout to "The Voice," as well as former coach Blake Shelton- then took fans back to their days on the show by covering "Fishing In The Dark." They slowed things down next with "a song about falling in love with the wrong person," according to Colton, and performed "Don't Call Me." From here the brothers went into a tailspin of covers, from Merle Haggard...to Van Morrison..to the Eagles. The two showed off their vocal skills and showcased band members abilities on guitar and piano. They kept the party going by playing their first single "Later On," which hit the charts in 2014. Finally, The Swon Brothers ended the evening by playing the title track from the EP, their anthem "Pretty Cool Scars." The hour performance was nothing short of entertaining and solidified that this duo is on its way to the top of the charts with this EP.
For more on The Swon Brothers:
Website - www.swonbrothers.com
Facebook - www.facebook.com/theswonbrothers
Twitter - @TheSwonBrothers
All photos and review by Allie Granzo