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Sundance Head


Sundance Head, son of Texas music legend Roy Head -- he joined his father on stage for the first time when he was 4 -- has made his own name as a performer over the past decade. After playing in both grunge and country bands growing up, and after collaborating with ZZ Top in the studio, he auditioned for "American Idol" in 2007 and made it to the semifinals. A label deal with Motown fell through, and he went back to working in a machine shop for six years. He rekindled his career in 2012 with his solo debut, "2016 & Gruene," and followed it with 2015's "Soul Country." But the doors blew open in 2016 when he auditioned for "The Voice." Performing for Team Blake, he wound up winning Season 11 and, after a bidding war, signed with Republic Records, for which he began recording another album in 2017.