|Jeff Beck with wife Sandra Cash at Cities|
Looks like Mick Jagger finally got some satisfaction when President Obama went for round 2 of his budding musical career during a star studded White House performance for PBS on Tuesday night.
Jagger - that would be Sir Mick to you - teamed up with fellow rocker Jeff Banks and blues legend B.B. King who enticed The President to sing a few notes from Sweet Home Chicago, which he did.
|Grammy producer Ken Ehrlich holds court at Cities with wife, son and Booker T. Jones|
“In Performance at the White House: Red, White and Blues” honored the musical form that sprang from the Mississippi Delta and flourished in the Westside of Chicago with deep roots in Africa and slavery.
|Charlie Fishman. Stephanie Peters and Lonnie Johnson|
Jeff Beck, Warren Haynes, Susan Tedeschi, Harvey Goldsmith, Bruce Kieloch, Derek Trucks, Charlie Fishman and founder of DC Jazz Festival and his wife, Microsoft’s Stephanie Peters joined Impact Arts & Film Fund's Kimball Stroud who hosted an after party at K Street's popular night spot Cities where congratulatory toasts were made between Chesapeake Crab Cakes, Thai Beef Satay and Peking Duck Dumplings. Sir Mick, we hear, was on a jet plane.
Does The President really need his day job?
Courtesy of The White House Blog
The After Party: