National Native American Heritage Month — celebrated every November — is dedicated to uplifting the history, heritage, traditions, and continuous cultural contributions of the Indigenous people of this land, including American Indians and Alaskan Natives. Additionally, Native American Heritage Day is honored every year on the day after Thanksgiving in the United States — Friday, November 25.

Native Voices

Join SiriusXM in celebrating by listening to an exclusive music special called Native Voices. Hosted by Native American Music Awards president Ellen Bello, the special pays tribute to the survival and success of America’s original roots, and includes songs by artists like Jimi Hendrix, Robbie Robertson, and Ronnie Spector (who come from Native American lineage). See the full tracklist below.

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More Specials Across SXM, Pandora & Stitcher

  • Rock out with Lynyrd Skynyrd guitarist Rickey Medlocke as he looks back at the music of his other band Blackfoot and honors influential Indigenous artists in an exclusive special on SiriusXM’s Deep Tracks channel. Listen here.
  • Dive into American Indigenous history by tuning in to This Land by Crooked Media. This Land traces how a cut and dry homicide opened an investigation into the treaty rights of five Native American tribes. Crooked Media’s eight-episode series is where you can find out how this unique case could result in the largest restoration of tribal land in U.S. history. Follow the story here.
  • Join Urban Native Girl, Lisa Charleyboy, as she brings you the important conversations for Aboriginal youth, from remote reserves to bustling big cities. Listen here.
  • Tune in to the Red Nation Podcast, hosted by Nick Estes and Jen Marley, with help from our friend and comrade, Sina. This program features discussions on Indigenous history, politics, and culture from a left perspective. Listen to this month’s new episodes here.
  • Check out a special edition of Prisms: The Sound of Color SiriusXM show, presented by The Village. In November, it honors Native American Heritage Month with award winning and ubiquitous Toronto musician, Julian Taylor, of Mohawk and Caribbean ancestry. Taylor chooses the songs and hosts an all Indigenous show with contemporary Americana, folk and pop music including Choctaw, Apache, Inuit, Nehiyawak (Cree) artists in Canada and the U.S. Listen here.

Native Voices Tracklist

Apache Link Wray
Come And Get Your Love Redbone
Rockin the Res John Trudell
Castles Made Of Sand Jimi Hendrix
World On Fire Micki Free
Buffalo Moon Paul LaRoche/ Brule
Coyote Dance Robbie Robertson
Medicine Power Joseph Firecrow
Freedom Richie Havens
Bloomsday Samantha Crain
Sundancer 21 Eagle & Hawk
Remember Me Fawn Wood
Calling All Dancers DJ Shub
You Driving Me Crazy (Indian Girl) Joey Stylez
It’s Over Halluci Nation
Just Us Young Spirit
Awakening Verdell Primeaux
NDN Kars Keith Secola
Our Children Jarvis Hunter & Juliette Hunter
Grace Too Twin Flames
Nalligigakku (Because I Love Her) Joey Nowyuk
Hand Prints Of Our People Anthony Wakeman & Aaron White
Waterfalls Louie Gonnie
Across The Plains Black Lodge Singers
2k7 Famous Ones
Singing And Praying Fawn Wood
Secret Billy Simard
Ojibwe Honor Song Darren Thompson
Apologize Charles Wood III
Circle Song Elexa Dawson
Give A Little Jace Martin
Riding Free Joanne Shenandoah
All I See Is Red Kelly Derrickson
Standing People Sandra Sutter
Trust Cary Morin & Ghost Dog
Prayers Fall Down Blackbird Band
Cherokee Morning Song Rita Coolige
Winter Solstice R. Carlos Nakai
Pour Out Your Spirit Yvonne St Germaine
It’s a Native Thang Sten Joddi
Thick As Thieves The Ripcords
Piccadilly Billy The Martin Sisters
Overcome Matthew Hawk
Glow Up Melody McArthur
Come On Take It Billy Simard
What’s On Your Mind Spur Pourier
Toward The Rising Sun Tabitha Fair
Seeds Innastate
Save The Planet Right Now Irv Lyons Jr.
Rise Up DJ Shub
Navajo Live Values Ellson Bennett
Missing Linda Mckenzie
Kadijah Tracy Lee Nelson
I Will Always Fight Kalliah and Blackwater
Highway Number Six Gator Beaulieu
Dream feat. Spencer Battiest Doc Native
Autumn Lament Ancient Voices
4 Korners Sunburnt Stone
Let It Rain The Breakwater Band
Broken Arrow Robbie Robertson
Santa Fe Samantha Crain
Wait Until Tomorrow Jimi Hendrix
Cripple Creek Buffy Sainte-Marie
For The Miner Samantha Crain
Family Is Blessing Young Spirit
We Are The Halluci Nation A Tribe Called Red
Redfoot Feat. Fawn Wood DJ Shub
Rumble Link Wray & His Ray Men
The Witch Queen Of New Orleans Redbone
I’m Right Here Young Spirit
People Say Portugal. The Man
Cherokee Morning Song Robbie Robertson
Seneca DJ Shub
Fallin Rain Link Wray
Little Wing Jimi Hendrix
Ware The Same Samantha Crain
For You A Tribe Called Red
Someday Believers Portugal. The Man
Showdown At Big Sky Robbie Robertson

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