Sundance Head

Jason Sundance Head 
(born January 22, 1979) is an American country-soul singer-songwriter from Porter, Texas who won season 11 of the Voice USA, mentored by Blake Shelton.


The son of country music star Roy Head, Sundance first gained notice when he tried out for season 6 of American Idol where he made the top 16. He later signed a deal with Motown Records, but nothing came of the deal. He later released two albums and one single independently.

Personal LifeEdit

Sundance & his wife have been married since 2006 and have three children.

The VoiceEdit

Sundnce tried out for the show singing "I've Been Loving You Too Long" by Otis Redding, which caused two coaches- Blake Shelton and Alicia Keys- to turn around for him. He ended up choosing Blake as his mentor.


Sundance & his mentor, Blake Shelton

Despite being a two-chair turn, Sundance impressed week after week with his take on songs such as "Blue Ain't Your Color" by Keith Urban to a country-fied version of Alicia Keys' hit "No One". HIs highest charting song while on the show was his version of Tom T. Hall's "Me and Jesus", which hit number 1 on the Billboard Christian Songs Chart.

Sundance won the Voice, beating out former country star Billy Gilman of Team Adam, on December 13, 2016. His first single is called "Darlin' Don't Go".

Post the VoiceEdit

Since the show, Sundance has been playing various gigs including singing the national anthem at a Houston Texans game. His single, "Darlin' Don't Go", debuted at number 4 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart. He, along with season 2 alum RaeLynn, is currently opening for his mentor Blake Shelton on his Doing It to Country Songs tour, which kicked off in Bakersfield, California on February 16, 2017.



  • 2016 & Gruene (2012)
  • Soul Country (2015)


  • "Highway59" (2011)
  • "Darlin' Don't Go" (2016)