The ‘Tugboat’ singer is going on a mission to change the face of the tattoo industry.
“I’m not doing this for money.
I’m doing this because it’s the right thing to do,” Barton Watch band member Josh Barnett told ABC News.
“I feel like I need to show people who have tattoos that they can have a lot of fun.”
It’s not just for the money.
It’s for me as a performer.
It makes me feel good.
I want people to have fun.
They should be able to do anything.
It’s my job to entertain people, and if I can do that with tattoos, I’m going to do it.
“The band’s album ‘Tiny, Sweet’ is due for release on January 17, and is the latest in a string of albums that have already debuted on the Billboard 200 chart.
Barnett is a member of the Barton Watch family, which includes a younger brother, brother-in-law, and a niece, and has been tattooing since the age of four.
Barnes, whose real name is Josh Renton, says he was born with the genetic disorder rheumatoid arthritis, and that the band members have been working hard to help people with the condition.
Barners and his family have been featured on the ABC’s Shark Tank and in the film The Bucket List.