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Miss Guy

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Guy Furrow (a.k.a. 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) as one of the first Open Format DJs. Born in Southern California, Guy grew up in the Rock scene of New York City with mentors including Deborah Harry and Boy George.

With the Toilet Boys, he 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.


The title track from Guy’s solo EP “Dumb Blonde is featured in the movie Concussion, an Official Selection 2013 Sundance Film Festival. He can be heard singing alongside Debbie Harry on the song “Rave.” He also 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.  

As a DJ, 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. Some of his corporate clients include Bon Appetit Magazine, MAC Cosmetics and MAC Pro, and Marc Jacobs. His non-profit clients include Bidawee and Bailey House.

Throughout his music career, Guy was photographed by some of the best. He has shifted the camera, producing stunning portraits of celebrities, music icons, and New York City’s most beautiful creatures of the night. His work has been featured in the New York Post, ABC News, San Francisco Chronicle, Consequence of Sound, Cityscape, Newcastle Herald, and more. His photographs have also been used on merchandise for Blondie and Cindy Wilson of the B-52s as well as the back cover of Blondie’s latest album, Pollinator, with artwork by Shepard Fairey.