Kiss Me Betty
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Kiss Me Betty

Midland, Michigan, United States | SELF

Midland, Michigan, United States | SELF
Band Americana Singer/Songwriter


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Kiss Me Betty's Greatest Hits... No One Has Ever Heard



For nearly thirty years the lead singer/songwriter of Kiss Me Betty has been writing, producing, performing and releasing songs internationally along with such artists as Alan Werner (CBS/Sony), Walter White (Maynard Ferguson, Harry Connick Jr., Wynton Marsalis, Bob James, Etc.), Ian Kirkham (Simply Red and Thomas Dolby), Hassan Hakmoun (Real World Recording Artist), Graham Hawthorne (Paul Simon), Tamineh Gueramy (Whitey Morgan and the 78's, Gail Watson,and George DeVore) and Susan Tedeschi among many others.
A graduate of The Interlochen Arts Academy.Gueramy won first place Original Songwriting, and two Downbeat Magazine awards at that time.Upon graduation Gueramy was pressured to pursue a degree in Philosophy. (Received BA in Philosophy from Albion College in 1986) All throughout college Gueramy continued to write.After graduation Gueramy was offered a publishing agreement with CBS/Sony during the Midm Conference in Cannes which resulted in a major label release for Alan Woerner produced by David Bowie keyboard player Erdal Kizilcay.
Suffice to say, Gueramy came close many times in his career, but never got the cigar.Almost famous numerous times, Darius Gueramy has taken his "Greatest Hits That Have Never Been Heard", formed a band, and put his heart into recording an album in his living room.Kiss Me Betty's first complete album will be released in early 2012 to be produced by Richard Keller (Outkast, DMX, Limp Bizkit).Darius and Kiss Me Betty hope to showcase the band at SXSW and accomplish getting the shot Gueramy could never quite achieve.Maybe it was timing, maybe it was the record industry, or maybe it was the fact he wasn't a hair-band kind of guy… This time he is playing for keeps.