After The Voice

Picking up steam, Sundance Head releases 2nd song


Sundance Head, Season 11 Voice champ, has released a second post-show song.

Sundance Head, Season 11 Voice champ, has released a second post-show song.

Fans of The Voice Season 11 champ Sundance Head had to wait a while for his first single.

But you might say Sundance is picking up steam. Not to mention heading out on tour again.

Single number two, the up-tempo, goes-down-easy “Everything to Lose” landed Friday.

Sundance, of course, won Season 11 back in December of 2016, edging out Billy Gilman, We McDonald and Josh Gallagher in the finale.

Signed to Republic Records, his first post-show single didn’t land until June 30.

“Patience is key …,” Sundance writes on Facebook. “I’ve waited this long — baby steps!”

Sundance, you’ll recall, was an early favorite on American Idol back in Season 6 (2007) of American Idol. He was 37 when he auditioned for The Voice.

As for tour, Sundance has announced a couple of dozen tour dates that you can check out on his website and Facebook page, including a return appearance at the Grand Ole Opry on Tuesday.

They include an Thursday, Aug. 3 appearance in McHenry, Md., at the Garrett County Fair, and a Friday, Sept. 8 show at the Mishler Theatre in Altoona, Pa.

If you haven’t heard it, here’s the new song.

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