By Hindustan Times
President Barack Obama broke into song at a White House blues show, as Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger urged a reluctant US leader to step up and sing a few lines.
"Not tonight!" the US leader protested as Jagger and blues legends BB King and Buddy Guy invited him to singalong to the
classic Sweet Home Chicago.
To cheers from the audience, a smiling Obama sang parts of the tune, an ode to his adopted hometown, originally made famous by the legendary bluesman Robert Johnson.
Obama singing soul legend Al Green's Let's Stay Together was a sure-fire hit last month, garnering positive coverage on cable news and online -- one of the videos of him crooning I'm So In Love With You, at New York's famed Apollo Theater in Harlem, has been viewed over five million times on YouTube.
Earlier Jagger, 68, delive