While the Republican candidates are off being, well…President Obama spent Tuesday night singing with music legends like B. B. King and of course Al Green at the White House’s celebration of Black History Month.
The show, which will air on PBS Monday, was hosted by Taraji P. Henson and will feature other performances by Jeff Beck and Buddy Guy and a tribute to the late Etta James. While everyone, including Mick Jagger, were on stage at the end, the Prez gave thanks and joined them all in “Sweet Home Chicago.” Check it out here!
POTUS sounds pretty good, right?!