President Obama has it all--good looks, charisma and smooth vocals, which he isn't afraid to showcase.
PBS recorded its In Performance at the White House series in celebration of Black History Month, where President Obama was encouraged to hop on the mic and sing at the end of the evening. The POTUS gave the audience a taste of his soulful vocals by singing a few lines of "Sweet Home Chicago." He definitely hit the right notes. Watch below:
The night's other performances included B.B. King, Mick Jagger, Buddy Guy and more.
The full concert titled Red, White and Blues airs February 27th on PBS.