TOILET BOYS Singer Performs Duet With DEBBIE HARRY

November 14, 2007

Last Thursday night (November 8) Guy from the TOILET BOYS took the stage at the Fillmore in New York City for a round of mutual admiration with his friend and idol, Debbie Harry (BLONDIE). The pair performed the song "Charm Alarm" which is track number 14 on Harry's new solo album, titled "Necessary Evil". A repeat performance followed on Friday night at the Keswick Theater in Philadelphia, PA. Stay tuned for information on the upcoming Miami show (this Friday, November 16 at the Jackie Gleason Theatre) which Guy may also guest at.

TOILET BOYS will release their long-awaited new album, "Sex Music", on December 11, 2007 via Austin, TX-based indie label Dead City Records. The CD was produced by Sean Pierce and recorded in New York City. Production work was completed late last year. Pierce explains, "'Sex Music' picks up, literally, where the band left off in 2001. That was the year we played some of the biggest stages in the world with the RED HOT CHILI PEPPERS and returned to the States to find GREAT WHITE had killed almost 100 of their fans (with the same pyro system we regularly used at our gigs). At that point, trying to pull off TOILET BOYS' legendary live show became pretty much impossible. That effectively made the last date on the European tour — in front of 20,000 fans — our final show."

TOILET BOYS are Guy on vocals, Sean Pierce on guitars, keyboards and backing vocals and Eddie on drums. Since their inception in 1995 the band has had an incredible touring record, which includes appearances with BLONDIE, RAMONES, MOTÖRHEAD, THE DONNAS, JOAN JETT, THE CRAMPS, NASHVILLE PUSSY, LUNACHICKS, D GENERATION, THE VOLUPTUOUS HORROR OF KAREN BLACK, THE DAMNED and RANCID. In fact, BLONDIE's infamous Debbie Harry makes a cameo appearance on the "Sex Music"'s intro track along with LUNACHICKS' Theo Kogan.

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