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This post has been edited by guitarman8484: Jan 22nd 2018, 11:35 AM
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Jason "Sundance" Head of Texas won season 11. Wikipedia lists his date of birth as 07/09/78; another site lists 01/22/79.

 

His blind audition aired during the premiere on September 19, 2016. Fourth of eleven auditioners shown in that episode, Sundance sang Otis Redding's classic soul ballad "I've Been Loving You too Long." Adam and Blake turned, and Sundance joined Team Blake.

 

He won the battle versus Dan Shafer singing "Feel Like Makin' Love" by Bad Company. Their battle was shown fourth on the first of four episodes that round.

 

Paired with Josh Gallagher for knockouts, they opened the first of three KO episodes. Sundance sang "The Climb" by Miley Cyrus, who was on the coaching panel along with Alicia Keys. Blake named Sundance the winner, and Adam stole Josh.

 

Twenty artists competed during the live playoffs on November 7. Eight were eliminated at the end of the night. Sundance had the ninth performance spot singing "Blue Ain't Your Color" by Keith Urban. He and Josh both advanced via public vote.

 

Sundance performed "My Church" by Maren Morris to open Top 12 night.

 

Voted through to the Top 11, he sang Alicia's "No One" second. The studio version was the only song to reach the iTunes top 10. Sundance was awarded the 5x bonus for hitting #9.

 

Voted into the Top 10, he performed "Me and Jesus" by Tom T. Hall ninth. Five contestants were in the iTunes top 10, including Sundance at #1. He was awarded the 5x bonus multiplier and advanced on votes.

 

The Top 8 performed a solo and a duet for the semifinals. Sundance and Josh's duet of "Feelin' Alright?" by English rock band Traffic aired fifth. Sundance's solo, "Love Can Build a Bridge" by the Judds, was eleventh out of twelve performances that night. Four of the solos reached the iTunes top 10 and received the 5x bonus multiplier: Billy Gilman at #1, Sundance at #2, Josh at #3, and Christian Cuevas at #4. Sundance was among the three contestants with the most votes; they advanced straight to the finals.

 

The four finalists performed a solo cover, an original, and a coach duet. Sundance's performance order was fourth (his own original of "Darlin' Don't Go"), eighth (duet of "Treat Her Right" by Roy Head and the Traits), and tenth (cover of "At Last," written by Mack Gordon and Harry Warren). Seven of the 12 songs performed that night made the iTunes top 10, but Sundance and Blake were the only duo to do so. Sundance reached #1, #2, and #7 on the chart. In addition to the 5x bonus multiplier for those songs, all iTunes votes received for the five weeks leading up to the finale were cumulatively added to his votes. During the results show, Sundance performed with Kiss and in a trio with Austin Allsup and Courtney Harrell. He also sang "Darlin' Don't Go" as the winner.

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sundance_Head

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Voice_(American_season_11)  

02/18/21

https://www.thelist.com/336559/this-is-what-happened-to-sundance-head-from-the-voice

09/21/20 😢

https://tasteofcountry.com/sundance-head-father-roy-head-dead

03/12/20

https://www.summitdaily.com/news/sundance-head-to-perform-at-rocky-mountain-country-fest-focuses-on-moving-career-past-reality-television

07/10/19

https://www.gastongazette.com/story/lifestyle/things-to-do/2019/07/10/sundance-head-releases-first-album-after-winning-the-voice/4727141007

02/22/19

https://tasteofcountry.com/what-happened-to-sundance-head-the-voice-winner

03/13/17 - Sundance opened for Blake at stops on his "Doing It to Country Songs" tour

 

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01/11/17

https://tasteofcountry.com/blake-shelton-sundance-head-2017-doing-it-to-country-songs-tour

https://www.rollingstone.com/music/music-country/blake-shelton-taps-voice-winner-sundance-head-for-tour-129325

12/19/16

https://www.chron.com/neighborhood/east-montgomery/news/article/Sundance-Wins-Misty-Head-discusses-life-10807076.php

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09/28/22

by Mark Franklin

Sundance Head, winner of Season 11, recently released an 11-song album called “Starting Again.” Many of the songs — including “My Soul” and “Hard Act to Follow” — were inspired by his father Roy Head, also a musician. “My dad was an amazing man,” Sundance said. “He had faults like everyone. However, his good parts were far beyond.” Another standout on the album is “Three People (Me, Jim Bean and You).” “Starting Again” follows 2019’s “Stained Glass and Neon” as Sundance’s second album since winning the Voice. He celebrated with an album release show over the weekend in Woodlands, Texas.

https://idolchatteryd.com/new-releases-from-jim-and-sasha-allen-sundance-head-whitney-fenimore 

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