Zach Swon is born.
Zach gets his first drum set at age 2.
Colton Swon is born.
Colton begins singing at age 3.
Zach is playing drums for his parents’ gospel group regularly at age 7.
Colton begins learning to sing harmony and gets his first, little acoustic guitar at age 5.
Tammy and Kelly Swon begin the Westwood Music Show in Wagoner. Colton begins singing in the Westwood Music Show and Zach plays drums.
Zach begins learning acoustic guitar at age 10.
Colton, 9, and Zach, 12, stop in Nashville to try and get a record deal on the way to Disney World. They never make it to Florida, and they don’t get a deal.
Zach plays with David Frizzell (“You’re the Reason God Made Oklahoma”) when Frizzell comes through Muskogee and needs a drummer for one show.
Zach begins playing keyboard and piano at age 13.
Zach plays in Pittsburg State University's 25th annual Jazz Festival with several other Hilldale High School students.
Colton, 12, and Zach, 15, start calling themselves the Swon Brothers.
Colton begins playing bass and drums. Saxophone player Jermaine Mondaine and drummer Ron Boren join the Swon Brothers’ band.
Swon Brothers perform at Wagoner’s Fourth of July celebration for the first time and Wagoner’s Summerfest for the second time.
Swon Brothers hold a concert at the Wagoner Civic Center. The Chamber of Commerce predicts they will “go far.”
The Swon Brothers perform at Habitat for Humanity’s Gospelfest and many other area events.
Zach competes in KOTV’s “Gimme the Mike” singing competition.
Colton competes on “American Idol,” making it among the top 48 contestants.
Swon Brothers continue to perform around the area, including a Back to School Bash at River Country Water Park.
The Swon Brothers perform at the 2010 Okie Country Music Fest during ESPN’s Bassmaster tournament at Three Forks Harbor.
Zach and Colton Swon become the first duo to get to live rounds on NBC’s “The Voice.”