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Hunter Hayes' sleeve tattoo

Hunter Hayes went from being the sweet little baby-faced kid next door to rebel without a cause in just a matter of hours. Well, maybe not a rebel, but this is kinda odd at first to see Hunter with such a complex tattoo. He went from essentially no visible tattoos to a full on sleeve and I kinda like the edge it gives him.

I’ve only had the tattoo bug once myself and it was a short-lived desire. I wanted something to highlight my passion for the radio industry, but this want came at about the age of 25 and I was told by an actual tattoo artist that if I was at all second guessing a tat that I shouldn’t get one. He said if I’ve made it this far in life without the craving, I really don’t need to get started. This guy was covered head to toe in tattoos too. You can’t buy honesty like that! I somewhat get where Hunter is coming from with “going all out” on a tat. I thought “well, if I get one it better look as cool as Adam Levine’s or someone else who has an awesome sleeve.” How weird of a thought…I didn’t like the small/simple beginner tattoos, I wanted a whole sleeve!

Hunter has taken his tattoo theme to new heights by not only getting one himself, but announcing his fall headlining tour, the 'Tattoo (Your Name)' tour, set to kick off Thursday, October 30th with Dan + Shay and The Railers. He announced his tour during his performance on the TODAY Show’s Toyota® Concert Series Friday morning. Hunter also has a new to country radio single titled.........."Tattoo."

 

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