Detroit and Ottawa Tour Dates To Be Rescheduled

We are rescheduling two of Margaret’s Cho Dependent Tour dates this fall, because of potential conflicts with her participation on Dancing with the Stars. Please accept our apologies for the inconvenience – we have worked hard to move as few tour dates as possible.

We are working on a new date for the Detroit (previously 10/17) and Ottawa (previously 10/24) shows and will announce Read More

On The Road To Vegas

Headed out to Las Vegas with one of my favorite guys John Roberts for my show at The Palms, and meeting Louis there for rehearsal. I really enjoy the touring and rehearsing better than dancing in LA. In LA there are paparazzi standing outside the dance studio – and they Read More

Your Dick – with Ben Lee, Sam Shelton and Carl Newman

Carl Newman made the demo for “Your Dick” on the voice note recorder on my recently deceased Blackberry. Keep your iPhones and your apps. I don’t care if there’s a guitar tuner and chord finder on your iPhone. I am unimpressed by the fact you can turn your iPhone sideways and the picture elongates and enlarges. Keep your touchscreen and Read More

Cho Dependent Tour Starts Today

Margaret kicks off her North American Cho Dependent tour today in Portland, OR at the Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall!

The Cho Dependent tour, sponsored by Logo, runs through December 12th and is a brand new stand up show, featuring a couple of songs from Margaret’s new album of comedy music, Cho Dependent (available in stores or Read More

Cho Dependent Out Today!

Margaret’s brand new album, Cho Dependent, featuring comedy songs she collaborated on with Ben Lee, Tegan and Sara, Fiona Apple, Brendan Benson, Jon Brion, Garrison Starr, Meghan Toohey, Ani DiFranco, Tommy Chong, Grant Lee Phillips, Rachael Yamagata, AC Newman, Patty Griffin and Andrew Bird, is available in stores today! Check it out on iTunes, Amazon, Read More

Eat Shit and Die – featuring Grant Lee Phillips

Sometimes you are just so heartbroken you just don’t know what to do. This is a dangerous moment in what seems like everyone’s life. It doesn’t have to be a romantic heartbreak, but this is usually what it is. It could be some other catastrophic disappointment, caused by the carelessness and selfishness of another. People are awful. I hate them and yet I cannot stop Read More