It's good to see that even with the state of the world being what it is, President Obama still finds time to relax and have a good time every once in a while (and no, that's not some attempt at political sarcasm).

I'm not sure when this video was shot, but I have found out is that it's from a PBS show called In Performance at the White House. A show according to the PBS website has been filmed "since 1978 and spans every administration since President Carter's. The series was created to showcase the rich fabric of American culture in the setting of the nation's most famous home and has embraced virtually every genre of American performance: pop, country, gospel, jazz, blues, theatre and dance."

During a recent performance from blues legend, B.B. King, the President accepted an impromptu invite to sing a few words from "Sweet Home Chicago". As evident a few weeks ago, Obama isn't afraid to break out into song every once in awhile.