Most Patriotic Songs Ever You Need to Hear Before Independence Day!

american flag in the sky during Patriotic Songs

We have made it through Memorial Day and Houston residents are quickly making their way up to Independence Day, arguably the most patriotic day of the year in America. While getting all of your plans for your 4th of July Holiday set, you can’t forget to put together the ultimate playlist of music. For this, you will need the most Patriotic Songs Ever. Of course, we know the Star-Spangled Banner will top our list and that when that favored tune begins to chime we will stand and sing along to the words we have known our whole lives “O’ Say Can You See”, but what about the more modern music that load onto your playlist and blast from your Toyota Sound System as you sit and watch the Fireworks?

Bruce Springsteen’s “Born in The U.S.A.”

Even if you are too young to know all of the lyrics, just about everyone can sing along to the chorus of this classic favorite my Bruce Springsteen. There is no doubt that it should be at the top of every 4th of July playlist!

Neil Diamond “Coming to America”

Another song that should grace every 4th of July playlist is the classic “Coming to America” by Neil Diamond. This talks about the long journey it took for our ancestors to make it to America and to find their freedom and the American dream!

Johnny Cash “Song of the Patriot”

Take it back to the Man in Black himself and the Song of the Patriot for a more classic tale of what an American Patriot means to so many people.

Toby Keith’s “American Soldier”

Toby Keith may be one of the most patriotic musicians of our day, adding many songs to today’s list. American Soldier reminds us all of the sacrifices that generations of soldiers have put in to keep the freedom that we celebrate on the 4th of July.

Toby Keith’s “Courtesy of The Red, White, and Blue”

Another hit by Country singing Toby Keith is Courtesy of The Red, White, and Blue. This song talks about American getting angry in the wake of a homeland attack and coming back stronger than ever.

Kid Rock “Born Free”

Does anyone remember when Kid Rock was a Rock Artists? Well, this “now Country Artist” still has a little bit of Rock flair to his music and you can pick up on a Rock-Country Fusion with his Patriotic Anthem Born Free.

Katy Perry “Firework”

Feel like there are nothing but male artists on this list? Me too! Katy Perry solves this issue by literally singing about fireworks to play along with your firework display. Katy Perry not only helps add some female power to the list but pulls away from the obvious congestion of mainly country songs!

Of course, there are many more songs that can go on your 4th of July Playlist, but with way too many to list here hopefully, you now have a great mix to start off with and make your Independence Day even better! Also, make sure you check out Mike Calvert Toyota to check out their Independence Day deals!