It doesn’t feel like the holidays without music. From Thanksgiving dinner and family game night to Christmas morning and New Year’s Eve, your favorite music complements your holiday traditions and makes you happy (it’s true!).
Bringing the sounds of the season is easier than ever with the help of your Roku TV or Roku player. We have music channels for every passion and a variety of options to stream your own personal music files. You’ll be surprised by all the options you have at your fingertips!
1. Browse the Music section of the Roku Channel Store
What is your music streaming service of choice? With hundreds of choices, you’re bound to find something you love. Whether you enjoy free radio or listening to albums on-demand, there’s a music channel for you – some popular channels include Pandora, iHeartRadio and Spotify there’s something for you.
2. Add premium sound to your Roku TV
The first speakers designed for Roku TV are here! Listen to music how it’s meant to be heard with the new Roku TV Wireless Speakers. From pulsing rock to symphonies that surround you, enjoy expansive sound with superb musicality and range. Access and control iHeartRadio, Pandora, and TuneIn by voice with the included Roku Touch tabletop remote. You can also stream via Bluetooth® from mobile devices.
3. Stream your own personal music library
Revive your old music collection! It’s easy to stream your personal files (such as MP3 or WAV files) through our free Roku Media Player channel, which enables you to play content from media servers on your local network as well as a USB drive attached to a USB-equipped Roku player. The Plex channel is also a popular option.
4. Roku mobile app
Our free Roku mobile app for Android and iOS is a must-have. Not only can you use it as back-up remote or to conduct a voice search for a movie, TV show, actor or director, but it also offers a simple way to send music (as well as photos and videos) you have saved on your smartphone or tablet right to your TV.
5. Screen mirror from select Windows and Android devices
As you browse the web at home on your tiny smartphone screen, enhance the experience and mirror it on your big screen! Mirror that concert video from your friend’s Facebook page or listen to that rare music mash-up on Soundcloud so the entire room can enjoy it together. Screen mirroring provides a quick and easy way to mirror videos, apps, web sites, and more from your mobile device to a TV via Roku TVs and select Roku players.
6. Watch and listen
If you’re looking for a more immersive music experience, VEVO is the music channel for you. The VEVO TV live feed streams the top 40 music videos – perfect video playlist for a party! You can also play music video feeds by genre, artist and song.
Are you a live music lover? Qello Concerts brings the hottest live concerts and music documentaries, from Jimi Hendrix to Beyonce and everyone in between, straight to your living room.
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