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Here are some bluegrass songs that can be played to honor America on Independence Day:

  • All American Bluegrass Girl
    • Rhonda Vincent “All American Bluegrass Girl” (Rounder)
  • All Americans
    • Nu Blu “Ten” (Rural Rhythm)
  • America the Beautiful
    • The Osborne Brothers “When the Roses Bloom in Dixieland” (Pinecastle)
    • Or, check out Sonny Osborne performing this song live on the 2001 IBMA Awards show, just a few weeks after the September 11 terrorist attacks.
    • The Lewis Family “Handmade Hymns” (Daywind)
    • Various Artists “Red White and Bluegrass” (CMH)
    • Jim and Jesse “Our Country” (Old Dominion) and “American Pride” (Pinecastle)
  • America On Bended Knees
    • Jesse McReynolds & the Virginia Boys “New Horizons” (Pinecastle)
  • America Our Home
    • Joe Isaacs “Dreaming of Home” (Music Mill Entertainment)
  • America We Love You
    • Dailey & Vincent “Patriots & Poets” (BFD)
  • American Heart (Bluegrass Version)
    • Jonathan Kahn (single/Indianrunner)
  • Americana
    • Doyle Lawson and Quicksilver “In Session” (Mountain Home)
  • American Pride
    • This is a compilation album of patriotic tunes by Jim and Jesse on Pinecastle Records.
  • America Where Have You Gone”
    • Larry Cordle “Pud Marcum’s Hangin'” (Mighty Cord)
  • Are You Proud of America?
    • Ralph Stanley II “Carrying On” (Rebel)
  • Back in the USA
    • Jim and Jesse “Our Country” (Old Dominion) and “American Pride” (Pinecastle)
  • Battle Hymn of the Republic
    • The Country Gentlemen “Bringing Mary Home” (Rebel)
    • The Lewis Family “Handmade Harmony” (Daywind)
    • Jim and Jesse “Our Country” (Old Dominion) and “American Pride” (Pinecastle)
  • Country Pride
    • The Lost and Found “It’s About Time” (Rebel)
  • The Cuckoo Bird (mentions “4th Day of July”)
    • The Osborne Brothers “1956-1968, Vol. 3” (Bear Family)
  • For the Dear Old Flag I Die
    • American Drive “American Drive” (Rural Rhythm)
  • Freedom Walkabout
    • Peter Rowan “All on a Rising Day” (Sugar Hill)
  • God Bless America
    • IIIrd Tyme Out “Round III at the MAC” (CMG)
  • God Bless America Again
    • Jim and Jesse “Our Country” (Old Dominion) and “American Pride” (Pinecastle)
  • God Guide Our Leaders’ Hands
    • Jimmy Martin “Will the Circle Be Unbroken” (Gusto), “1954-1974, Vol 2” (Bear Family)
  • Grand Old Flag
    • The Stoneman Family “For God and Country” (Old Homestead)
  • Honky Tonk Nation
    • Robin and Linda Williams “Sugar for Sugar” (Sugar Hill)
  • I Am America
    • Tim Stafford “Acoustic Guitar” (Hedge Drive)
  • I’d Rather Have America
    • Jimmy Martin “1954-1974, Volume 3” (Bear Family)
  • I’ll Keep Old Glory Waving High
    • The Boys from Indiana “One More Bluegrass Show Tonight” (King Bluegrass)
    • The Boys from Indiana “Best of…” (Rebel)
  • Liberty
    • The Dillards “Back Porch Bluegrass” (Electra)
  • Liberty and Justice For All
    • Paul Williams and the Victory Trio “Living on the Hallelujah Side” (Rebel)
  • Me and Paul Revere
    • Steve Martin and the Steep Canyon Rangers (Rounder/single)
  • My Country Tis of Thee
    • Tony Trischka and Beppe Gambetta “Alone & Together” (Alcazar)
  • New Freedom Bell
    • The Country Gentlemen “The Award-Winning Country Gentlemen” (Rebel)
    • Druha Trava and Peter Rowan “New Freedom Bell” (Compass)
  • Old Glory
    • The Stoneman Family “For God and Country” (Old Homestead)
  • Patriotic Medley
    • Little Roy Lewis “Gospel Banjo” (Canaan)
    • The Cockman Family “All About Love” (Cockman Family)
  • Prayer for Peace
    • Russell Moore and IIIrd Tyme Out (Rural Rhythm)
  • Red White and Blue Grass
    • This is a patriotic-themed album from CMH Records.
  • Red, White and Blue
    • Alecia Nugent “Alecia Nugent” (Rounder)
  • Soldier of Freedom
    • Phoenix “Tailor Made” (PBR)
  • Spirit of America
    • The Wildwood Valley Boys “Songs from Wildwood Valley” (Rebel)
  • Stars and Stripes Forever
    • The McLain Family Band “Family Album” (CLR)
    • John McEuen “String Wizards” (Vanguard)
    • Bill Knopf “John Philip Sousa Marches Performed on Banjo” (First Inversion)
    • Various Artists “Red White and Bluegrass” (CMH)
    • Ray Hesson “Sunrise” (Old Line Music) Also on Prime Cuts Volume 75
  • Star Spangled Banner
    • The Isaacs “Eye of the Storm” (Mountain Home)
    • Lynwood Lunsford “Pick Along” (Hay Holler)
    • The Stoneman Family “For God and Country” (Old Homestead)
    • Various Artists “Red White and Bluegrass” (CMH)
    • Tim Smith “The Lonesome Blueridge” (TRS)
  • Thank God for Kentucky (and the whole U.S.A.)
    • Bill Monroe “The Weary Traveler” (MCA); also on “1970-1979, Vol. 3” (Bear Family boxed set)
  • Thank God for the U.S.A.
    • The Lewis Family “Lewis Family-Style Gospel” (Canaan)
    • Jim and Jesse “Our Country” (Old Dominion) and “American Pride” (Pinecastle)
  • That’s What’s Good in America
    • Shannon and Heather Slaughter “Never Just a Song” (no label)
  • The Immigrant Song
    • Marty Raybon “This That & the Other” (Synchoro)
  • There’s a Star Spangled Banner Waving Somewhere
    • The Osborne Brothers “Hyden” (Pinecastle)
    • The Elkville String Band with Wayne Henderson “Over the Mountain” (Mountain Roads)
  • These United States
    • The Boys from Indiana “One More Bluegrass Show Tonight” (King Bluegrass)
  • This Land is Your Land
    • Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs “Folk Songs of our Land” (Columbia); also on “1959-1963, Volume 3” (Bear Family boxed set)
    • Ronnie McCoury “Little Mo McCoury” (McCoury Music)
  • Under the Double Eagle
    • Clay Jones “Mountain Tradition” (Rural Rhythm)
    • Roy Clark and Buck Trent “Pair of Fives” (ABC)
    • Don Reno “Bicentennial Bluegrass” (Monument)
    • Berline, Crary, Hickman “BCH/Chambergrass” (Sugar Hill)
    • Steve Kaufmann “To the Lady” (Sleeping Bear)
    • Paul Hopkins “Something Old, Nothing New” (Bell Buckle)
  • U.S.A. Forever
    • The Stoneman Family “For God and Country” (Old Homestead)
  • Wave On Old Glory
    • Ralph Stanley II & the Clinch Mountain Boys (self-titled/Stanley Family)
  • Yankee Doodle
    • David Crow “Me and My Fiddle” (Pinecastle)
  • Yankee Doodle Banjo
    • Eddie Shelton “Expedition” (Ridge Runner)
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