WASHINGTON D.C. - President Barack Obama has promised that he will continue with his weekly Wednesday White House concerts.
Brobama told a reporter for Rolling Stone Magazine that by booking these concerts is a way for him to achieve his goal of helping to put unemployed American folks back to work.
He mentioned that he booked Stevie Wonder, through his Secretary of Music Bruce Springsteen, after he was informed that the harmonica virtuoso had not had a gig in months.
He said that the 70's band, Earth, Wind, and Fire hadn't performed since playing at Kobe and Vanessa Bryant's wedding reception on April 18, 2001.
The president chuckled and said that he got one hellacious kick out of seeing Secretary of The Treasury Oprah Winfrey and Agriculture Secretary Willie Nelson out on the dance floor dancing together to EW&F's "Got To Get You Into My Life."
Brobama laughed and said, "Hell the way my man Willie was spinning the 'Big O' around I'll betcha a hot dog and an oatmeal raisin cookie that our gal 'Winnie' probably lost a couple of pounds just on that song alone."
The president went on to say how much he loves and admires that woman. "I am in absolute awe of that fine female. Think about it, 'Big O' is the richest woman in the entire world...not in Chicago, not in Illinois, not in America, but in the ENTIRE world!
I'm tellin' ya. I better not ever hear anyone ask me again, why I have personally given a key to the White House to the woman that Barbara Walter's herself, that well-respected, revered, 97-year-old Babs calls "The Undisputed Queen of The United States."
The president went on to say that as we all know, music is the soundtrack to our personal lives. He smiled and said, "I can still remember the song that was playing on my car radio the first time that I got to first base with Michelle. It was an old Manfred Mann classic, "Do Wah Diddy Diddy."
And my second base song was "MacArthur Park" by Richard Harris. And it was so ironic because it was raining, we had just eaten some cake, and Michelle was wearing a yellow cotton dress.
Now, my third base song was "Shaking Your Tree" by that little old band from down in Texas, ZZ Top. Man that Billy Gibbons can flat out play the hell out of that guitar!"
Brobama smiled, looked around the room and said. And I am revealing for the very first time ever that my home run song was, and I know you will not believe this, but it was actually Madonna's "Like A Virgin."
The president has stated that he will continue with his music program. He said that he will call it "Brobama's Weekly Wednesday White House All-Time Classic Music Fest."
He went on to say that recording artist from the past that have already been booked to perform include The Four Tops, Diana Ross & The Supremes, Martha & The Vandellas, The Temptations, and The Ronettes.
Michelle "The First Mama" Obama told the reporter for Rolling Stone that every night her and Barry really enjoy watching the "First Kiddoes" Malia and Sasha singing and dancing to "Ain't No Mountain High Enough" by Diana Ross & The Supremes.
Mrs. Obama said that the song has really taken on a special meaning for the Obama family.
The president took his wife's hand and said, "I agree hon, we just didn't cross the Adirondacks, the Alleghenys, and the Catskills to get to D.C, from Illinois.
In essence we crossed the Alps, the Himalayas, the Andes, the Urals, and...the mighty American-made Rocky Mountains.
And that my music-lovin,' 5 foot 11, 'Mich-Mich' is what I'm talkin' (and singin') about."
In related news. A White House aide who is on the White House Recording Artist Booking Committee said that they are currently in the process of booking The Eagles; The Rolling Stones; and Crosby, Stills, Nash, & Young.