Patti Tears Down White House with Lady Marmelade

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Ms. Patti Labelle and other Women of Soul gave Mr. President and First Lady Michele Obama a real treat recently with great music entertainment and laughter. (see President’s opening remarks).

Word on the street is that Ms. Patti tore  the House down with Lady Marmelade, Chile, the White House will never be the same (lol)!

As reported by US Daily:

Some of music’s most profound voices came together at the White House Thursday night, honoring legends such as Aretha Franklin and Patti LaBelle and transforming the presidential estate into a melodious church brimming with soulful jubilation.

The 12th program in President Obama and first lady Michelle Obama’s In Performance at the White House series, Women of Soul brought together Aretha Franklin, LaBelle, Melissa Etheridge, Tessanne Chin, Jill Scott, Janelle Monáe and Ariana Grande, each dressed to the nines and delivering stirring performances.

The president kicked off the proceedings with a jovial introduction, telling the crowd about Franklin’s visit to Fame Studios in Muscle Shoals, Ala., in 1967 when, the legend goes, she literally shook the walls with her voice. “It was magic,” he said. “My advice to everyone here tonight is simple: Hold on.”

Newcomers Monáe and Grande held their own on a stage dominated by veterans — Monáe, putting an animated spin on Shirley Bassey’s James Bond theme Goldfinger; a clearly nervous but humbled Grande delivering her take on Whitney Houston’s challenging I Have Nothing. Each appeared to feel more at home singing their own songs (Monáe with Tightrope and Grande singing Tattooed Heart).

But it was the seasoned performers who delivered the night’s most memorable moments. LaBelle opened the show with an electrifying rendition of Over the Rainbow, earning a standing ovation, later tearing into her own Lady Marmalade.

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