Sundance Head made it through to the Top 12 contestants on The Voice during Monday night's (Nov. 7) Live Playoffs. The Team Blake member impressed with his soulful cover of Keith Urban's new single "Blue Ain't Your Color" as Blake Shelton looked on in approval.

Clocking in at just two-minutes, Sundance Head's short performance was enough to entice viewers to vote to keep him around. The contestant began the song in the dark with his acoustic guitar before a spotlight was placed on him. While he started the song rather timidly, once the chorus came around, he grew into his own, with his singing style bringing to mind Chris Stapleton.

"I hope you enjoyed Blue ain't your color by @KeithUrban... what a bada-- song," Head wrote on Twitter before thanking fans for voting him through to the Top 12 on Monday evening:

Later, he again shared his appreciation for those who voted, writing, "It means a lot to me to have your support. THANKYOU."

Sundance Head has been beating out the competition each week on The Voice. Previously, he was victorious in the Knockout Rounds when he performed a cover of Bad Company’s “Feel Like Makin’ Love.”

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