Free Concert: "The Swon Brothers" of The Voice in Tulare

Free Concert: "The Swon Brothers" of The Voice in Tulare

"The Swon Brothers" are coming to the valley to play a free concert. You may have seen the country singing duo on NBC's hit show, "The Voice."
"The Swon Brothers" are coming to the valley. If you don't know who they are you may have seen the country singing duo on "The Voice."

KJUG personality Rose Ortega joined Carina Corral on KSEE24 Sunrise Monday morning with all the details about this free concert.

ROSE: "I'm so excited about this concert. I was such a huge fans of theirs when they were performing on The Voice. I don't normally vote, but this time I was like 'Oh these guys have to win it.'"

CARINA: "Oh I was for them, too. I love "The Voice" and I was all about them."
     
ROSE: "Danielle Bradbury is excellent, too--  in fact, she would up winning that particular season- season four I believe it was-- in fact we brought her in to Woodlake High. Woodlake High won a contest to see who could raise the most money."

CARINA: "Wow that's really cool."

ROSE: "Yeah Woodlake High, they came through and won the show for their high school. And it's a really fun thing that 1067 KJUG Country does. We bring a lot of new artists  through the valley and into town the wonderful things about it is that these wonderful new artists end up becoming superstars. We brought "The Band Perry" in Brad Paisely, early on in his career, and so many others and "The Swon Brothers" I have a feeling are going to be another huge show."

CARINA: "It's a really neat opportunity to see them for free in such an intimate setting. It's not a huge sellout crowd so as they're up and coming it's a neat opportunity to be able to see them this way."

ROSE: "It is. The cool thing is the crowds are getting bigger and bigger for these shows because well I think everyone is just telling everyone else because that's just how it is. They're tweeting and whatever. And it's great. We're going to have them out at Tulare outlets tomorrow Tuesday, July 29, near the Lane Bryant store in the parking lot area. We encourage everyone to bring their lawn chairs and blankets and friends come on out and enjoy a great evening of country music. 7:00, as I mentioned is show time."

CARINA: "Is that the full concert. Do they have other bands opening up for them? How does that work?" 

ROSE: "No, it is just 'The Swon Brothers.'" 

CARINA: "That's so awesome, I love them. And they do have new music out, too. Will they also do covers? I love watching them on "The Voice" and all their country covers because they're so good, but they do have some of their own music out."

ROSE: "Danny's Song," which is a phenomenal song. They also do "Turn the Page"-- Bob Seger-- they do an incredible job with that. I'm going to put in a little request. 

CARINA: "For that one?"

ROSE: "Yes. And "Fishing in the Dark," of course, and "The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band" -- outstanding job-- but their new single "Later On" is doing very well and we're really excited about having them. 

CARINA: "Alright, glad to hear it and glad have you here to give us all the details."

ROSE: "I would like to make one other concert announcement. A week from this show-- a week from tomorrow-- we will have Scott Mcreery of American Idol fame. He's going to be at Hanford Civic Auditorium Park, um Hanford Civic Park, same show time and again bring your lawn chairs and let's have some fun."
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