Miss Guy is best known as the lead singer of Toilet Boys, as “a pioneer in the DJ world” (Marc Spitz/Spin), and as a cutting-edge solo artist. Born and raised in Southern California, Miss Guy grew up in the Rock scene of New York City with mentors including Deborah Harry and Boy George.
Miss Guy’s solo EP “Dumb Blonde,” produced by Super Buddha’s Barb Morrison and Chas Nieland, is scheduled for worldwide release in late 2011. Miss Guy is also known for his solo work throughout New York City including the famed DropOut party at Don Hill’s.
With the Toilet Boys, Miss Guy toured the US, Europe, and Asia with Blondie, The Ramones, Rancid, The Damned, Joan Jett, Motorhead, The Donnas, and The Red Hot Chili Peppers. Toilet Boys’ hit song “Another Day in the Life” was featured in American Pie 2. They recently performed at the Azkena Rock Festival alongside music legends KISS and Bob Dylan and covered “Born to Be Bad” on the 2011 Runaways’ tribute album.
Miss Guy co-wrote the hit single “Charm Alarm” with Deborah Harry, which was certified gold. He co-produced the Blondie hit “In the Flesh” with Super Buddha and co-wrote “Stay Away from Pretty Boys” with Boy George.
Miss Guy took New York by storm as the resident DJ at the legendary party, SqueezeBox! As the leading New York City rock DJ, he has spun in booths all over the world from Tokyo to Milan to London.
Miss Guy has written music articles for Paper and Metal Edge and maintains a substantial following on FaceBook and Twitter. He is also a make-up expert and has sat for some of the best photographers in NYC.
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