Since 2011, The Voice has premiered 24 seasons & literally hundreds of singers test their singing skills to impress the judges. Throughout the show's history, there have been over 100 different contestants from all over Texas to try out on The Voice. (some have appeared from El Paso). But how many have won? So far there have been 3.

Danielle Bradbery

The first singer to win from Texas is Season 4's winner, Danielle Bradbery from Cypress, TX in 2013. Danielle was only 16 during her Blind Auditions when she performed Taylor Swift's "Mean". Her performance was enough to win over Blake Shelton who became her coach. At only 16 years, she became the youngest contestant to win on The Voice.

Danielle is still making music; she's released 2 albums & many singles.

Sundance Head

The next Texas winner came from 2016's Season 11; 37 year old Jason "Sundance" Head from Porter, TX. He joined team Shelton by winning him over with his performance of "I've Been Loving You Too Long" by Otis Redding.

Sundance Head won the competition with his original song, "Darlin' Don't Go". You can still catch Sundance performing all over his home state of Texas.

Maelyn Jarmon

The latest winner from Texas is Frisco's Maelyn Jarmon from Season 16 in 2019 who was 26 at the time. For Maelyn's Blind Audition, she sang "Field of Gold" by Sting and joined John Legend's team.

After she won on The Voice, she was invited to sing the National Anthem at A Capital Fourth for the Fourth of July.

Here's to seeing more talented Texas singers (and winners) on The Voice in the future.

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