Jeff Beck – ‘Led Boots’ – Cover by Tourniquet Drummer Ted Kirkpatrick


Tourniquet co-founder and drummer Ted Kirkpatrick has released a cover of Jeff Beck‘s song ‘Led Boots.’ Kirckpatrick comments: “I always enjoyed playing this super funky tune from Jeff Beck‘s fantastic “Wired” album.

“Wired” is the third solo album by British guitarist Jeff Beck, released on Epic Records in 1976. An instrumental album, it peaked at No. 16 on the Billboard 200 and has been certified platinum by the RIAA.

The video can be watched below.

Tourniquet‘s brand new album “Gazing at Medusa” is released on October 18 via Pathogenic Records. With ‘Gazing At Medusa’, Tourniquet is back in action. On the new album, the band went all out with on microphone singer Tim ‘Ripper’ Owens (Judas Priest / Iced Earth) and a guest role for singer Deen Castronovo (Journey). For the guitar work, the band managed to attract Chris Poland (Megadeth).

Our review of “Gazing at Medusa” can be found here.

Tourniquet was formed in Los Angeles in 1990. Eight full length albums, two EP’s, one acoustic album, one “Best of” album, and six videos later, the members of Tourniquet remain committed to communicating the message of the Gospel through music. Tourniquet has been the recipient of numerous awards and accolades, including HM magazine‘s Favorite Band, two CCM magazine #1 Rock Singles, many #1 Metal Singles, and six Dove Award nominations. They have appeared in countless magazine, newspaper, and online publications. Known for their intense live show, their fans have been known to drive (or fly) long distances just to see the band play. As the popularity of the band increases, so does the opportunity to play international shows in Europe and South America, as well as performing in the U.S. The success of their “acoustic unplugged” shows has further advanced their strong reputation for musical integrity and versatility.

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Video for ‘Led Boots’ by Ted Kirkpatrick

Video (audio) for Jeff Beck-Led Boots


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