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VIDEO: President Obama Leads Sing-Along at Ray Charles Tribute

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President Obama led a sing-along to Ray Charles' classic song "What'd I Say" at the White House. Among the performers at the event were Usher, Demi Lovato, gospel singer Yolanda Adams and The Band Perry. Watch the video below!

The entertainers performed Charles' music for an audience that included Attorney General Loretta Lynch, Sen. Barbara Boxer of Calif., and the Rev. Al Sharpton. Usher brought down the house with his rendition of the Charles' classic "Georgia On My Mind," followed by a performance of "What I'd Say."

Ray Charles passed away in June of 2004. The hour-long program is scheduled to be broadcast by PBS stations nationwide on Friday.

Video courtesy of ABC



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