Since breaking onto the scene after competing on NBC's The Voice, The Swon Brothers have been given plenty of advice through media, industry peers and fellow artists. Get the full scoop about the advice they've received here!
As if being on national television isn't enough to get you shaken up, but throw music icon Bob Segar into the mix, and it's a whole new level of nerves. Get the scoop about the duo's (who just released "Later On" to radio) time on the show here!
The wait is nearly over for fans of The Swon Brothers who are anxiously anticipating the release of their debut single. "Later On" is officially slated to hit country radio in March. Get the full scoop on the "The Voice" season 4 runner-up's debut single for Arista Nashville from the Oklahoma natives here!
Fans of NBC's "The Voice" will remember Season Four (Spring 2013)'s duo The Swon Brothers for their off-kilter humor and strong musicality. That brought them to the finale of the season, which they lost to #TeamBlake member Danielle Bradbery. Continue here for complete info about their signing!
After over 20 years with Arista Nashville, country music superstar Alan Jackson has parted ways with the company. The speculation will now begin on where Alan will end up as he obviously is looking to continue recording country music. We have an idea of where he'll go.
After two albums and four hit singles, Jason Michael Carroll stated via twitter that he and his label home of four years, Arista Records/Sony Music Nashville have agreed to part ways. Carroll also stated that he will head into the studio to record a 3rd album soon.
Country icon Alan Jackson will be releasing his 18th album, titled Freight Train on Tuesday, March 30, 2010. The album, produced by longtime friend and producer Keith Stegall features the single "It's Just That Way."