See Sundance Head's Surprising Keith Urban Cover on 'The Voice'

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This season of The Voice is chock full of countrified talent. But soulful Texan Sundance Head as stood out from the pack with his powerful voice and fearless attitude. So far, he's covered everyone from Otis Redding to Bad Company. This week, he showed off his versatility once again with a rendition of Keith Urban's poppy ballad, "Blue Ain't Your Color."

Let's be honest. A lot of viewers probably wrote this guy off as yet another Stapleton wannabe, thanks in part to his similar look. But that would be a mistake. There are few contestants who have managed to turn classics from so many genres into something unique. But Sundance Head isn't just another contestant.

"Blue Ain't Your Color" is one of those distinctly Keith Urban songs that's just pop enough to appeal to the masses. Instead of trying to recreate his sound, he puts his powerhouse voice to good use.

Check out the full performance below:

The performance was enough to keep him around for yet another week on Team Blake. Of course, he's still up against some stiff competition. Austin Allsup also made it to the Top 12 with his rocking Waylon Jennings cover. And you can't forget about former child star and country chart topper Billy Gilman!

You can see who makes it through the next round (and see a special appearance from Garth Brooks) next Monday at 8/7c on NBC.

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