Sundance Head “The Voice” Finale Video: Watch All Performances!
Sundance Head had one last chance to prove why he should win “The Voice” during Monday’s finale. Watch below!
As Gossip Cop has reported, Head has been the breakout artist of season 11. The former “American Idol” contestant, who didn’t get past the Top 16 of the FOX competition, has now made it to the final four on the NBC reality show. What’s propelled him to this point is a sense of originality that’s led to a reworking of Alicia Keys’ “No One,” and a number one ranking on iTunes for a bluegrass-infused take on “Me And Jesus.”
Now Head had three final rounds to show why he deserves to be the new victor. And while all the of the finalists had to perform original songs as their would-be winner’s single, Head was the only competitor who composed his all on his own. Called “Darlin’ Don’t Go,” the aspiring star was inspired by his wife.
Head received a standing ovation from the whole panel, after which his coach Blake Shelton said, “What I’m most impressed with is this show has finally discovered somebody that it is beyond me how in the hell this guy has not been discovered before.” Head later returned to the stage with the country superstar to duet with him on “Treat Her Right,” a 1965 hit popularized by his own father, Roy Head.
For his third performance, he did an unexpected cover of Etta James’ “At Last.” Following another standing ovation from all the coaches, Shelton told his contender, “I literally could not be more excited, more happy, more proud.” And with that, the tears from Head came out. Check out all three performances below!