By Mellissa Seecharan, EnStars | Feb 22, 2012 11:11 AM EST
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President Obama is singing the blues, but it's not over any political fallout. The First Crooner belted out a few bars of "Sweet Home Chicago" last night with music icons Mick Jagger and B.B. King.
This isn't the first time the president showed off his pipes -- he sang Al Green's "Let's Stay Together" at the Apollo Theater last month. With that in mind, blues legend Buddy Guy did a little coaxing:
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"You started something, you gotta keep it up now," Guy said, pointing to the president.
Jagger handed the microphone to Obama, and the president then sang a little shoutout to his hometown of Chicago.
The music A-listers were gathered at the White House for the "Red, White and Blues" concert, which is scheduled to air on PBS on February 27.
Sheryl Crow singing to then baby son Wyatt in 2007
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