Miss Guy is best known as a cutting-edge songwriter and solo artist, as the lead singer of Toilet Boys, and as “a pioneer in the DJ world” (Marc Spitz/Spin). Born 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 Barbara Jean Morrison and Charles W. Nieland, was released worldwide in 2012. His provocative music videos for Dumb Blonde, Sometimes, Don’t Stop, and Take It Off have received significant media attention. His recent holiday release “Merry Effin’ Christmas” quickly became the tune for holiday season 2012. Miss Guy’s “Dumb Blonde” is featured in the movie “Concussion,” an Official Selection 2013 Sundance Film Festival.
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.
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. Their music has also been featured on Last Call with Carson Daly, Becoming, Cribs, Driven, Fraternity Life, My Super Sweet 16, Sorority Life, Fashionably Loud, MTV Spring Break, and MTV Numbnuts.
As a DJ, Miss Guy took New York by storm 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.
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