Margaret was nominated for her third Grammy Award yesterday (on her birthday!). Cho Dependent – Live in Concert nabs a Grammy Award nomination in the Best Comedy Album category.
From Margaret: I’m still in Badgastein, Austria and I just heard I got my 3rd Grammy nom, wow!!! I’m about to yodel. And congrats to all nominees Read More
I’m so thrilled I’m going to be headed to Germany to show my film Cho Dependent! It’s very chic to say – “Oh sorry I can’t make it – I’ll be in Germany showing my films…” but it’s true! I actually am going to Germany to show my films! So come see me and Cho Dependent! In Germany!
Few people have the supernatural powers of persuasion of Margaret Cho. After collaborating on music for Cho Dependent, she got me to strum the very exotic and scatological “Shit-Tar” in her music video Eat Shit & Die while three dancing turds did high kicks about the stage. This summer I found myself in a small cage dressed in Read More
The Long Beach Q Film Fest is screening Margaret’s new concert film, Cho Dependent! Details below.
Filmed during a live performance at the Tabernacle in Atlanta, Georgia, “Cho Dependent” features Margaret’s uncensored uproarious views on sex, drugs, and rock & roll. Margaret skewers the Palins, Dancing with the Stars, “sexting,” her beloved mother, online porn, and marijuana in a gut busting performance of Read More
After three exciting screenings in Honolulu (at the Rainbow Film Festival), San Francisco (at the Frameline Festival) and Los Angeles (at Outfest) we are honored to bring Margaret’s new concert film, “Cho Dependent,” to NewFest in NYC on July 22nd!
Filmed during a live performance at the Tabernacle in Atlanta, Georgia, “Cho Dependent” features Margaret’s uncensored uproarious views on sex, Read More
Margaret is having a 3-day sale of her Grammy-nominated album, “Cho Dependent” and you can name your own price!
The “Sexting Bundle” includes the entire Grammy nominated album, plus 2 bonus tracks (“No Offense” and “Mazel Tov” – both featuring Garrison Starr). If you like what you hear, tell your friends: if 500 people participate in Read More