Anyone familiar with this rocker’s discography might guess this one pretty quick, that’s because it’s more than just a tattoo, it’s also marks an important stage of his career. The words spell out the name of a song he wrote with his band back in 1990 that climbed all the way to No
The ink belongs to Poison frontman Bret Michaels.
The power ballad ‘Something to Believe In’ was a huge hit for Poison back in 1990 from their disc ‘Flesh & Blood.’
Michaels definitely found something to believe in in recent years, surviving a serious brain hemorrhage.
They're Motley Crue lead singer Vince Neil's tattoos!
Neil released his third solo disc in 2010 with the title ‘Tattoos & Tequila,’ which provided the soundtrack to his autobiography ‘Tattoos and Tequila: To Hell and Back With One of Rock's Most Notorious Frontmen.' Are we sensing a theme here?
Tattoos are undoubtedly synonymous with rock ‘n’ roll and this musician is walking proof.
With a bevy of tats from head to toe we're not going to make this one easy for you. This photo shows off the inside of one of his arms covered in ink including what looks like some critter paws making their way up towards his armpit. Meow.
Last month after an onstage breakdown during the iHeartRadio music festival in Las Vegas, Green Day frontman Billie Joe Armstrong checked into rehab for substance abuse. Now, Warner Bros. Records Chairman and producer Rob Cavallo is opening up about the potentially long road ahead for Armstrong and the band.
This rocker has a slew of nicknames of his own, so why does he have the name ‘Paul’ tattooed on his upper arm?
According to sources, the tattoo is a tribute to the musician’s cousin who committed suicide when they were both younger