Throughout the course of his career Sundance Head has written and recorded with the likes of ZZ Top, been a top finisher on not one, but two major network talent competitions, had four #1 songs on the Texas Music charts, has been singing his entire life and toured with some of the top artists in the business.
Sundance comes by his musical talent honestly, growing up in a household watching and learning from his father Roy Head, who had a hit in the 60's with "Treat Her Right." As a boy, he was also heavily influenced by his late older brother's record collection which was steeped with a myriad of artists like James Brown, Patsy Cline, George Jones, Marvin Gaye and Queen, just to name a few.
During High School he put a band together and began playing gigs and writing non-stop, and with the help of a friend recorded more than 100 hours of tape on his songs in a studio his friend built especially for him. When he met his wife Misty, she began encouraging him to pursue his talent in earnest, and in 2006 Sundance traveled to Memphis to try out for "American Idol." After several auditions he landed a spot on the show, and ultimately placed in the Top 13 in the competition, impressing the judges with his searing vocals and lung power.
Sundance's wife had also encouraged him to try out for another show, "The Voice," and this time his unique and powerful voice captured the hearts of America and he won the competition. He found help and guidance from his team captain Blake Shelton and took to the road with him on a portion of his "Doing It To Country Songs" tour in 2017, and also opened shows for Zac Brown Band in addition to playing a slate of his own gigs.
Sundance continues to tour across the country while crafting songs behind the scenes and has no intentions of slowing down.