Texas Son, Sundance Head Wins Season 11 of ‘The Voice’

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A Texas star is born! Country music singer Sundance Head was named winner of The Voice for Season 11 and the 37-year-old Texan’s win was a gold buckle for coach Blake Shelton with a 5th overall win as a coach on the show. With some stiff competition, Head beat out former country child star Billy Gilman who, in his finale, sang “It’s Quiet Uptown” with Kelly Clarkson, as well as “Proud Mary.” Head did an amazing rendition of “At Last” by Etta James and sang with Shelton and KISS in the finale of the show.

Texas Son, Sundance Head Wins Season 11 of The Voice

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Previously a contestant on American Idol, Sundance is the son of Roy Head, a dynamic Texas rocker. Prior to winners being finalized, he took a moment to thank Blake Shelton as his personal coach, saying “I just want to thank you for being such a great guy and being so sweet to me, man. I know you don’t have to do that. You do this for a job, you know, but you really are such a genuine person, man. I thank the Lord that he put you in my life.”

Texas Son, Sundance Head Wins Season 11 of The Voice

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As champion of The Voice, Head won $100,000 and a recording contract. Caught off guard at being announced the winner of The Voice, Head broke down and cried, proving nice guys don’t always finish last.