Sundance Head
General Information
Name Sundance Head
Gender Male
Nationality American
Location Porter, Texas
Occupation Lead Singer
Team(s) Team Blake
Season(s) Season 11
Placement Winner
Chairs Turned

Sundance Head was a contestant on Season 11 of S11voice, and a member of Team Blake. His blind audition of the Otis Redding song "I've Been Loving You Too Long" turned two chairs.

Known for his iconic Country sound and fun personality, Sundance became an early fan favorite in the competition. He became the first S11 contestant to reach the Top 10 on the iTunes charts with his cover of competing coach Alicia Keys' song "No One" during the Top 11 round. He would proceed to successfully chart in the Top 2 on iTunes in every ensuing week, all the way into the Finale.

After a song with his coach, a cover of Etta James' "At Last", and an original song, Sundance tallied the most votes and was declared the winner of Season 11.

Before The Voice Edit

"Sundance's father, Roy Head, was in the band The Traits, best known for their 1965 hit, "Treat Her Right." When Sundance was 9, his older brother passed away in a tragic car accident, and his dad began to slow down his music career. At age 20, Sundance had the opportunity to record with ZZ Top through a connection from his dad, but started to play music professionally 13 years later. He put a band together called Sundance Head that plays all over Texas. His wife of nine years is his manager."

Trivia Edit

  • On February 3rd, 2017, Sundance confirmed via Facebook that he had signed a record deal with Republic Records [1]

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