Trace Cyrus tattoos, ranked by fans of the sexy star and of body art. Trace Cyrus is a singer and musician who was the former front man of pop rock band Metro Station. Trace is also the adopted son of country singer Billy Ray Cyrus and the brother of actress and singer Miley Cyrus, who starred on the successful Disney Channel series Hannah Montana. Trace co-founded music group Metro Station in 2006 and the band released its Top 10 hit "Shake It" two years later. Metro Station broke up in 2010 and Cyrus formed another group Ashland High. He has also been linked to actress Brenda Song and pop star Demi Lovato.
Trace Cyrus's tats honor the people in his life that are most important to him and remind him of how far he's come in the entertainment industry. Cyrus has at least 30 tattoos, each with a special meaning or memory. Trace Cyrus body art includes very detailed and realistic portraits of Native American tribal chiefs, including one of Geronimo covering his back. Trace also pays tribute to his Southern roots with "Nashville" and "Tennessee" inked on various parts of his body, as well as tat representing his other home -- Los Angeles.Similar to other stars that have tattoos, such as Miley Cyrus Inked or Travis Barker Body Art, Trace Cyrus has made headlines several times as he has added a new tattoo to his collection. He is one of the hottest tattooed celebrities and famous people with tattoos.
Tennessee, California and Stay Gold
Trace Cyrus has the words "Stay Gold" inked on his knuckles. He also represents where he's from with Tennessee and California tattoos.
Native American Chief and Diamond Ring
On the left side of Trace's head is a Native American chief tat, inspired by one that his dad Billy Ray Cyrus has. Trace also has a diamond ring inked on the side of his head.
Eagle and Rose
On the right side of his head are tattoos of an eagle and a rose.
Trace has an intricate image of Jesus Christ's crucifixion tattooed on his abdomen.