Sundance, a 37-year-old musician from Houston, TX, faced off against powerhouse pop singer Billy Gilman, the sweet and soulful We McDonald and the country crooner Josh Gallagher on Monday night's final live performance show.
All four artists are hoping to win the title of "The Voice" as well as a coveted recording contract.
Going into Tuesday night's finale, Sundance seemingly has the edge since he's been sitting pretty in the Top 2 spots on iTunes' singles chart. He also has a kind heart and genuine personality fans have connected with and grown attached to over the course of the season.
Sundance's given name is Jason Head and he was born in Porter, TX. Want to learn more about this bearded country and blues star?
- He is the son of singer Roy Head Kent, who was in the band The Traits, best known for their 1965 hit "Treat Her Right," which Sundance and his The Voice coach Blake Shelton sang together in the final performance show.
- Sundance, who sadly lost his brother at a young age, was born on January 22, 1979.
- He auditioned for The Voice to show his children it's important to take risks and follow their dreams. The singer is also an advocate of building others up rather than tearing them down, as he didn't allow people to write negative comments on his Twitter about hisThe Voice competitors.
- In 2008, at age 27, Sundance signed a four-year recording contract with Universal Motown Records. He was the only artist on Idol's sixth season to sign a major record deal that didn't make it into the Top 5.
- Sundance wrote the song "Darlin' Don't Go" after a fight with his wife of nine years, who is also his manager. Back in Texas, he was nominated for New Male Vocalist and Artist and Song of the Year for that tune.