“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.
“We need and appreciate your votes tonight, but more importantly we need your prayers for our friends and family in Oklahoma. Thanks y’all,” Zach and Colton Swon posted on Twitter @TheSwonBrothers before the show began airing live Monday night.
The entire Season 4 Top 10 performed on Monday night’s live episode, and voting is now open at www.nbc.com/the-voice. Also, iTunes downloads count as votes, and the brothers’ performance tonight can be downloaded here.
After the show, host Carson Daly took to Twitter to express his condolences over the tragedy the tornadoes have wrought in our state.
“Hard to focus on tonight’s #VoiceTop10 show with so much pain and tragedy w #oklahomacitytornado God bless and thoughts and prayers 2 you,” he posted on Twitter @CarsonDaly.
“The Voice” performance recap episode is set to run at 7 p.m. Tuesday, followed by the live elimination episode at 8 p.m. Tuesday.