The inclement weather didn’t dampen the spirits of country music fans who turned out to celebrate Utica, Michigan’s Bicentennial Anniversary with some great music from The Swon Brothers!
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Before hitting the stage Friday evening, Zach and Colton had a chance to visit on air with WYCD’s “Rob & Holly” on their afternoon show. The brothers performed songs from their latest EP, Pretty Cool Scars and talked about their new single “Don’t Call Me,” while promoting their concert for the city later that evening.
Immediately following the radio show, Zach and Colton were whisked away to throw out the first pitch at Utica’s new baseball facility, Jimmy John’s Field, having been invited by Utica Mayor, Thom Dionne.
Keep up with The Swon Brothers by following them on Twitter at @TheSwonBrothers.