The Voice Winner Sundance Head Signs Deal with Republic Records, Reveals Management Team

Sundance Head won The Voice season 11 in December 2016, and now the singer announces that he has officially signed with Republic Records. The former American Idol 6 contestant has also reveals new management and legal representation–with Dreamcatcher Management and CAA and Loeb & Loeb respectively.

The Texas native promises to focus on writing and recording an “incredible” album to be played and shared “on all musical platforms.” In the meantime, Sundance begins a tour opening for his The Voice coach, Blake Shelton, on February 12.

Sundance rose to the top of The Voice season 11 performing bluesy country and gospel songs. His winners single “Darlin’ Don’t Go” was a solo songwriting effort.

An official announcement from Republic has not been released, but here is Sundance confirming the deal via his Facebook page:

Congrats Sundance! Here’s hoping Republic will do right by you…

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