WASHINGTON (WKOW) -- President Obama joined musicians Mick Jagger, B.B. King and Buddy Guy in rocking the White House Tuesday night.
The Red, White, and Blues concert was held in the East Room Tuesday night in recognition of Black History Month.
Buddy Guy goaded the president to take the mic and sing a verse of the finale song "Sweet Home Chicago", and he did.
The concert was part of the White House Music Series' salute to Blues.
Last month, President Obama channeled Al Green at Harlem's Apollo Theater and sang "Let's Stay Together."
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