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Toilet Boys are the infamous neo-punk Glam Rock band that has toured the US, Europe, and Asia with Blondie, The Ramones, Rancid, The Damned, Joan Jett, Motorhead, The Donnas and The Red Hot Chili Peppers. The last great NYC rock n’ roll band, Toilet Boys grew out of the iconic club scene of Don Hill’s and CBGB’s where legends were born.

With one foot in a limo and the other in the dark heart of the NYC club scene, Toilet Boys have whipped crowds into a frenzy everywhere from the bullrings of Spain to the kinkiest, sexiest parties in the US to Madison Square Garden.
The Toilet Boys’ hit "Another Day in the Life" broke the MTV2 Top 20 Video Countdown and was featured in the hit film 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, and MTV Spring Break.


Well known for their highly energetic stage show that included spark-showers, smoke, lasers, strobes, synchronized flame-columns, cheerleaders, confetti cannons, burning guitars and fire breathing performed by their lead guitarist Sean, Toilet Boys is fronted by the gender-bending Miss Guy whose androgynous style has been a catalyst in their rise to fame among fans and the press.

More recently, Toilet Boys played the Azkena Rock Festival in Spain where they shared the stage with KISS, Bob Dylan and The Hives. They opened for Guns N’ Roses in New York City and performed at Wigstock 2018, which was filmed for an HBO documentary. Along with the release of their Greatest Hits albums as well as their collaboration with Boy George on the song “The Last Breath of the World's Greatest Rock & Roll Love Affair”, Toilet Boys sold out their own shows in New York City. In 2021, they did a 20th anniversary vinyl release of their 2001 debut album and performed to a sold-out crowd with the Lunachicks.

Revered by the New York Post, LA Times, and Rolling Stone, Toilet Boys have been deemed “a New York Rock Legend”.

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