Sundance Head (Yes, That’s His Real Name) Wows Blake Shelton on “The Voice”

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Sundance Head’s father, Roy Head, is in the Rockabilly Hall of Fame and is most well-known for the 1965 hit, “Treat Her Right,” but Sundance is ready to make a name for himself and he’s ready to do it on “The Voice.”

Sundance appeared on “American Idol” during season six and has been working and touring around with his manager-wife ever since. Sundance performed Otis Redding’s “I’ve Been Loving You Too Long” during the premiere of “The Voice” and introduced his version of soul country to the world, which left him with Adam Levine and Blake Shelton as his coaching choices.

Before choosing Blake, Sundance sang to Alicia Keys and walked away with her heart too.