For Sundance Head, winning The Voice seems like a culmination of a lot of hard work. But as any musician can tell you, the grind never stops. And in a lot of ways, the real work only starts after you get your first big break.
In a new video, Sundance takes a few minutes to discuss what's been going on with him since he won season 11 of NBC's The Voice. Needless to say, the 38-year-old from Porter, Texas has a big year planned.
He's got his first album on the way -- he co-wrote 18 songs in Nashville for the record. And of course, Blake Shelton invited him out on the road to open up a string of shows with him. Get a look at what life as Sundance Head is really like in the video below.
Despite the amazing ratings success of shows like The Voice, singers who get their big break on the show don't always pan out. Heck, even Sundance Head made it almost to the finals of American Idol in 2007. But that show didn't prove to be the launching pad he'd hoped, and he ended up back on TV 9 years later.
Luckily, it looks like this time may really provide him with a sturdy boost. Blake Shelton proved to be one coach who really puts his money where his mouth is by consistently supporting artists from his team.
We'll be sure to keep a close eye on Sundance Head and root for him in the next phase of his career.