As you prepare for the celebration on July 4th, you may want to listen to some music that will fill you with patriotism. There are tons of songs celebrating the pride of the United States and the country, and putting them on the Independence Day playlist is the perfect way to celebrate the holiday.
If you are looking for some classic hits, you may want to take advantage of Oprah’s Featured List Favorites, including Faith Hill, Whitney Houston, Toby Keith and Ray Charles.
Some of our favorite songs include:
- “The American” by Lana Del Ray
- “God Bless America” by Lee Greenwood
- “American Boy” by Estelle ft. Kanye West
- Tom Petty and the “American Girl” of the Heartbreaker
- “Born in America” by Bruce Springsteen
- “Alabama Sweet Home” by Lynyrd Skynyrd
- “Fighting for Your Party Rights” by Beastie Boys
Looking for something more modern?You will find Spotify’s July 4thday playlist Extensive and patriotic, from classic artists such as Steven Taylor and John Mellenkamp to Jamie Johnson, Brantley Gilbert, Zach Brown, Luke Combs, Eric Church and Taylor Law You are currently the most popular hits.
Some of our suggestions include:
- Katy Perry’s “Fireworks”
- “American Soldier” by Toby Keith
- “Jack and Diane” by John Melenkamp
- “Rock in the Free World” by Neil Young
- John Denver’s “Thank God I’m a Country Boy”
- “America Will Survive” by Hank Williams Jr.
- “This is a beautiful day alive” Travis Tritt
- “Springsteen” by Eric Church
- “Heartland” George Strait
iHeart Radio also provides its own Patriot Song Album These include hits by Bing Crosby, Neil Diamond and Chuck Berry.
We like these top songs on the charts:
- “America” by Neil Diamond
- “Home on the Ranch” by Bin Crosby
- Counting Crow’s “This land is your land”
- “Back to America” by Chuck Berry
- “Beautiful America” by Frank Sinatra
- “Flying Like an Eagle” by Steve Miller
- “Surfin’ USA” by the Beach Boys
- “We are an American Band” by Grand Funk Railroad
- Billy Ray Cyrus’s “Some People Give It All”
If you prefer to listen to live music on July 4th, please listen PBS’s 41st Capitol Building 4th Annual Broadcast US Army Network from 8pm to 9.30pm Eastern Time on Sunday.