Captain Cameltoe – featuring Ani DiFranco!

I love Ani DiFranco and it was such a dream to collaborate on this song with her. We wanted to write a light and happy love song, and I really think Captain Cameltoe is just that. She played everything, and sang backup, encouraging the captain onward. I sang/spoke the lead, and we did it all in her home studio last Read More

Intervention Video is Here!

I love this video and this song with Tegan and Sara. We shot it in Houston on a brief moment where all of us were free. Louis Van Amstel makes a fun little cameo too as we were right in the midst of “Dancing with the Stars” madness. Liam Sullivan directed this gem of a Read More

Cho Dependent is Grammy Nominated!

Margaret’s new musical comedy album, Cho Dependent, was just named as one of the Grammy nominees for Best Comedy Album, along with albums from Flight of the Conchords, Kathy Griffin, Lewis Black and Robin Williams!

Cho Dependent was released on Margaret’s own label, Clownery Records, in conjunction with Redeye Distribution, in August. A collection of music with Read More

Lice video is out – featuring Ben Lee!

I wrote this song with Ben Lee who I absolutely worship. He helped me so much with the album and I can never thank him enough. He send me the instrumental when I was in Morocco last year, and recovering from a rather mild case of head lice. I didn’t know what the song was yet, but then I thought, Read More

Margaret on The View!

Margaret and her Dancing with the Stars partner, Louis van Amstel, will be on The View tomorrow, October 7th to do a final dance! Margaret will talk about Dancing with the Stars, fighting to end to anti-gay bullying in schools, and her new tour, Cho Dependent. Don’t miss it!

Rehearsing on Tour

I am so exhausted its been hard to write. We have been driving on the bus all night and rehearsing all day – stopping to do shows on The Cho Dependent Tour – it’s incredible. I love the physical benefits – all these weird little aches and pains have been disappearing, because I am moving for the first time. The body is supposed Read More