Obama, Mick Jagger Croon At The White House For "Red, White and Blues"

by Sophie Pyle · February 22, 2012

[AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais] Last night, President Obama and Mick Jagger and friends partied in the White House East Room, which was converted into a blues club for "Red, White and Blues." The party celebrated blues music, which was a very appropriate nod to New Orleans' Fat Tuesday without getting religious or...ya know...Bourbon-Street-y.

[Prez Obama, Mick Jagger screen grabs via PBS]

Everyone's favorite part was when Mick Jagger handed President Obama the mic to sing "Sweet Home Chicago."

The concert will air on PBS stations nationwide on Monday.

@TheRealBuddyGuy tweeted:

Incredible show at The @whitehouse with @DerekAndSusan, @MickJagger, @officialKeef, @kebmomusic. Check local @PBS listings on 2/27! #PBSipwh

Guests and performers included: Mick Jagger, BB King, Michelle Obama, Shemekia Copeland, Susan Tedeschi, Troy "Trombone Shorty" Andrews, Gary Clark Jr., Warren Haynes, Derek Trucks, Taraji P. Henson, Keb Mo, L’Wren Scott, Booker T. Jones and Marian Robinson.