Sundance Head ‘Me And Jesus’ “The Voice” Video: Watch Top 10 Performance!
Sundance Head sang “Me And Jesus” for his Top 10 performance on Monday’s “The Voice.” Watch below!
As Gossip Cop reported, Head broke out in a big way last week when he covered Alicia Keys’ “No One.” Although he’s on Blake Shelton’s team, he daringly chose to follow in the footsteps of a rival coach, but infused the hit R&B song with country soul. The risk paid off, as Head was the only artist to receive a standing ovation from the full panel, as well as the only contestant to crack the top 10 on the iTunes singles chart.
Of course, all that just raised the expectations for tonight’s performance. And, interestingly, despite finding success last time around with a modern song, now the former “American Idol” competitor went back to 1972 with Tom T. Hall’s “Me And Jesus.” In rehearsal, Head said the arrangement of the track would be bluegrass, as that’s what he wanted “to bring to the table this week.”
Head jokingly added that the performance might prompt a “religious mosh pit,” and while that didn’t quite happen, his time on stage seemed to go over quite well. In fact, he received an ovation from most of the coaches. Keys said afterward, “You know, Sundance, you have my heart.”
Shelton even told his artist, “I just want to congratulate you more than anything. We never experienced any kind of performance like that ever in 11 seasons of the show.” Check out the video below!