In a shocking turn of events that had most of America talking, country crooner Sundance Head was crowned as Season 11's champion of The Voice.
Throughout the season, Head has proved that he has "the voice" and can win over America's hearts. He was never at risk of being eliminated. Head sang a wide array of songs including Otis Redding's "I've Been Loving You Too Long", Miley Cyrus' "The Climb", Maren Morris' "My Church", and Alicia Keys' "No One", which he's said was his most nerve-wracking performance.
Head performed three incredible songs on the final night of competition: one original song, one cover, and a duet with his coach, Blake Shelton. He and Shelton sang Head's father's 1965 No. 1 hit "Treat Her Right" and had the whole place rockin'!
There was no one more proud of Head than his father, Roy Head, who was in the audience cheering his son on. Head's hometown of Porter, Texas, was also cheering him on. A local news program dug up some old footage to show the world that he's been talented all along.
Performing in a local singing competition called Pass The Mike 13 years ago, Head sang "Mustang Sally" and we could barely recognize him without his long beard and hat! One thing we did recognize, was his voice, which we now know has always been incredible.
Watch this video of Head performing "Ride Sally Ride" 13 years ago.
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