'In Performance at the White House' series

Tuesday, November 22, 2011 - 7:16pm

HOLLYWOOD HOOKUP (FOX44) – The President and the First Lady were boot scooting to some of country's best last night. A slew of country crooners were all invited to sing as part of the 'In Performance at the White House' series. The President says artists and politicians have more in common than most people think. President Obama said: "I have been on the road a lot lately. I know the entertainers who are here tonight can relate. Johnny Cash was really singing our song when he sang, 'I’ve been everywhere, man.’” The concert will air on PBS tomorrow night.

– The Sinatra family is spreading holiday cheer with lighting the Christmas tree atop the iconic Capitol Records Tower in Hollywood, which is an annual tradition. The event also marked the launch of a new Sinatra Greatest Hits album.

– You can now get down with "The Black Eyed Peas". The Grammy-award-winning group is celebrating the unveiling of their brand new videogame. Fergie said: “I mean this is amazing. We have a video game. This is a dream come true. I mean, I mean it's seriously." It’s called "The Black Eyed Peas Experience" And an experience it is. Fans are now able to have a personal dance party with their favorite pop act.

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