Get your rocks off at WMNF's Mick Jagger tribute at St. Petersburg's Jannus Live

Nearly a dozen bands play in honor of The Rolling Stones frontman's 75th birthday.


We all know that Mick Jagger is old (75 on July 26, to be exact), but what doesn't get old is his music. It's hard to grow weary of the tribute concerts community radio station WMNF 88.5 FM puts together either, and this one features nearly a dozen bands taking on the most vital songs from Mick's solo and Rolling Stones catalog.

Highlights of the all-night party include Rich Whiteley doing "Gimme Shelter" and Band of Sorrows on "Far Away Eyes." A full list of performers is available via

Pleased To Meet You: The WMNF 75th Birthday Tribute To Mick Jagger w/JCT 27/Band of Sorrows/Little Sheeba and the Shamans/Talk To Mark/Rich Whitely and Friends/Steve Arvey & Banjoey/Tweedtone/more. Fri. July  27, 7 p.m.-midnight. $12-$15. Jannus Live, 1st Ave., St. Petersburg.

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