Torn & Frayed, an acoustic Rolling Stones tribute band, will perform a free concert at 6 p.m. Friday, March 12 at Lost Boys Creations surf shop on Southard Street. CONTRIBUTED

Rolling Stones fans in the Florida Keys should be prepared to “Get Yer Ya-Ya’s Out.”

Torn & Frayed, an acoustic Rollings Stones tribute band, is coming to Key West for a one-night performance from 6 to 8 p.m. on Friday, March 12 at Lost Boy Creations surf shop, 417 Southard St.

Torn & Frayed is celebrated for its deep dive into the Stones catalog, delivering “folked up” acoustic interpretations of Mick Jagger- Keith Richards classics, including audience favorites, deep album cuts and a variety of obscure Stones-related gems. 

Key West’s gifted musical maestro Larry Baeder will accompany Torn & Frayed.

For those who can’t make it to Key West, the entire concert will be live-streamed on Facebook, with a multi-camera shoot produced and directed by Greg Rue of Filmic Live Stream Productions. A video recording of the concert will be posted to YouTube following the live event.

Dennis McJagger (aka “Frayed”) was ecstatic upon hearing the news that the concert in Key West was confirmed.

“That’s fantastic! I’m so psyched. I’ve been shoveling snow and dealing with frozen gutters here in New Jersey for the past two weeks.” Duo partner “Chicago” Mike Beck (aka “Torn”) added, “This is going to be an unforgettable evening of music and revelry.” 

Lost Boy Creations’ founder Matt Atkinson Is excited to welcome the duo, as his very first concert was the Rolling Stones at Rentschler Field in Hartford, Connecticut in 2005.

Light refreshments will be served and people are encouraged to bring their own liquid libations. Alcohol will NOT be served, but folks are welcome to bring their own. Admission is free and people of all ages are welcome.

Torn & Frayed made their concert debut at the 2017 ÉCU Film Festival in Paris, France, and have performed in the Netherlands, Italy, Canada and at venues and festivals across the U.S.

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