7 Most Popular Native American Playlists on Spotify

7 Most Popular Native American Playlists on Spotify

Posted By Paul G April 19th, 2020 Last Updated on: April 19th, 2020

Whether you are reading this now in April of 2020 or months later, we could all use more Native music in our day!

Spotify has thousands of songs from Native artists in all genres – Pow Wow, Flute, Rock, and more. 

All free to stream.



Do you have a playlist of Native music?  Send me a link.

Be sure to check out our Pow Wow Radio Spotify playlist!  Over 1,000 Pow Wow songs!


Dreamcatcher

Honor our Native communities.  Listen to the sounds of acclaimed artists' Native American flute music.

170,265 Followers




Powwow: Award Style

Enter the circle: a collection of Native American Music Award winning drum groups.

9,838 Followers


This is Bill Miller

Explore a collection of essential songs by Bill Miller.

6,546 Followers




RUMBLE: The Indians Who Rocked The World

RUMBLE: The Indians Who Rocked The World is a documentary film about a profound, essential, and, until now missing chapter in the history of American music: the Indigenous influence.

5,155 Followers


This is a Tribe Called Red

This is a Tribe Called Red.  The essential tracks, all in one playlist.

4,447 Followers


NAMA LIVE: The Native American Music Awards

Highlights from the NAMA winners past and present from 1998 to now. 

3,156 Followers


This Is Buffy Sainte-Marie

This is Buffy Sainte-Maire. The essential tracks, all in one playlist.

3,130 Followers


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2 thoughts on “7 Most Popular Native American Playlists on Spotify

  1. Fran Daniels says:

    I love your music. The pan flute.; your ways of lives has always wanted to no more. This was your land before anyone. We should be bowing to you not anyone else. God bless you. I’m am glad I found this

  2. Janice camp says:

    We really missed Indian Summerfest last year, we’ve gone for years. Do you think it will be back to Milwaukee anytime soon?

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