In the eighties, Guy signed as a staff songwriter and had his songs recorded by numerous artists, including Carly Simon, Kenny Rogers, Smokey Robinson and Kenny Loggins. He co-wrote the hit "Conviction of the Heart" with Kenny Loggins, along with "Leap Of Faith" and "Now or Never" for Kenny's LEAP OF FAITH album.
Guy works from his studio composing and singing local and national commercials, trailers and television theme songs. Guy also performed with artists such as Kenny Loggins, Amy Grant, Michael McDonald, The Rembrandts, Michael Bolton, and Jackson Browne.
Since signing as a writer with Cherry Lane Music Publishing Co. in 1996, when Guy permanently gave up touring and worked almost exclusively on various television and film projects. Guy’s extensive library of music cues continues to be heard on a variety of shows on "Discovery Channel," "History Channel," "National Geographic Channel" and "A & E." Also including " Dateline," “Famous Homes and Hideaways,” "Dateline," “That’s So Raven”, “Parental Control,” "Oprah," "Katie," “Extra,” "Anderson Cooper," "Hoarders,'" "Ellen DeGeneres," "Pawn Stars," "On The Case" with Paula Zahn, "Where Are They Now," "Duck Dynasty," "Auction Hunters" "TMZ" as well as NBC Sports and Movietickets.com.
For the past several years, Guy has scored hundreds of one and two hour prime-time cable television shows and specials.
Recent 2013 movies he has scored include, "Anything Is Possible" starring Ethan Bortnick.
Guy's expertise in current music trends has been well recognized in the academic community where he is an adjunct professor of modern music at UCLA.
He is still an active writer for BMG/Chrysalis Music Publishing Company. His new albums "PERISCOPE" & "MONSTERS" are available on Spotify and iTunes