Former ‘Voice’ winner Sundance Head to perform at TVE Kickoff Dance in Liberty

Sundance Head, a native of Porter, Texas, and winner of Season 11 of "The Voice," is known for his "Soul Country" sound and powerhouse voice.

Sundance Head, the Porter, Texas-native and champion of Season 11 of “The Voice” for Team Blake, will be headlining the Trinity Valley Exposition (TVE) Kickoff Dance on Saturday, Oct. 12, in Liberty. The show starts at 8 p.m.

Sundance is noted for his signature blue-eyed “Soul Country” and powerhouse voice. The son of 1965 hit-maker Roy Head (“Treat Her Right”), Sundance has been singing professionally in front of live audiences and slinging guitar since the age of 13.

With numerous independent releases under his belt, musical accolades and a bevy of live shows in the books, Sundance caught the attention of iconic songwriter-producer Dean Dillon, who subsequently produced “Stained Glass and Neon,” which was released on Dillon’s Wildcatter Records.

The video for Sundance’s debut single, “Leave Her Wild,” was a world premiere on CMT. His latest single, “Close Enough to Walk,” was written by Sundance and Bobby Tomberlin.

Sundance’s performance follows the opening performer, Curtis Grimes.

Tickets for the TVE Kickoff Dance are $20 in advance or $25 at the gate. Parking is $5. For more information on where you can pick up tickets, call the TVE office at 936-336-7455, stop by 321 FM 563, Liberty, or send email to

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