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President Obama Sings with Mick Jagger & B.B. King During Blues Concert at the White House

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Feb. 22 2012, Published 2:10 p.m. ET

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President Barack Obama let the good times roll last night at the White House, as he took the mic from Mick Jagger — yes, you read that right — and sang along to "Sweet Home Chicago" with blues legend B.B. King and the Rolling Stones frontman

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The president was at ease, and his wife, Michelle Obama, proudly looked on as he belted out some rhythm and blues. 

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The concert, timed for Black History Month, is the latest in the series, In Performance at the White House, which will air on PBS this Monday under the title "Red, White and Blues."

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Mick rocked the stage, along with B.B., Buddy Guy, Jeff Beck, Susan Tedeschi, Gary Clark Jr., Warren Haynes, Shemekia Copeland, Trombone Shorty and Keb' Mo'

Watch a clip of President Obama's performance below! 

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