Margaret Cho Unveils 'Cho Dependent' Featuring Tegan and Sara, A.C. Newman, Andrew Bird

Margaret Cho Unveils 'Cho Dependent' Featuring Tegan and Sara, A.C. Newman, Andrew Bird
Margaret Cho has already conquered the world of comedy, having starred in both a reality sitcom (The Cho Show) and a one-woman show (I'm the One That I Want). Now, the bawdy comedienne is looking to tackle the world of music, lining up an all-star list of collaborators for her album, Cho Dependent, due out August 24.

Every one of the album's 14 songs features at least one guest, with some of the most notable names being Tegan and Sara, A.C. Newman, Andrew Bird and Fiona Apple. As you'd probably expect, it's got some adult-oriented themes, and track titles include "Gimme Your Seed," "Captain Cameltoe" and "My Puss." Most of all, we can't wait to hear the usually straight-laced A.C. Newman singing on the song "Your Dick."

Cho is performing at Bonnaroo both today (June 10) and tomorrow, although she's appearing in the comedy tent, not on the music stage. According to a recent blog post, she will be filming a music video for the song "Baby I'm with the Band" featuring Raconteurs singer Brendan Benson.

If you head over to Cho's website, you can listen to the album track "Eat Shit and Die" featuring Grant Lee Phillips.

Scroll down to check out the full tracklist for Cho Dependent. Below that are Cho's 2010 tour dates, including several Canadian shows.

Cho Dependent:


1. "Intervention" (w/ Tegan & Sara)

2. "Calling in Stoned" (w/ Ben Lee & Tommy Chong)

3. "Your Dick" (w/ A.C. Newman and Ben Lee)

4. "Baby I'm with the Band" (w/ Brendan Benson)

5. "Hey Big Dog" (w/ Patty Griffin, Ben Lee, and Fiona Apple)

6. "I'm Sorry" (w/ Andrew Bird)

7. "Lice" (w/ Ben Lee)

8. "Enemies" (w/ Jon Brion)

9. "Asian Adjacent" (w/ Grant Lee Phillips)

10. "Gimme Your Seed" (w/ Garrison Starr)

11. "Eat Shit and Die" (w/ Grant Lee Phillips)

12. "Captain Cameltoe" (w/ Ani DiFranco)v
13. "My Puss" (w/ Diana Yanez & Kurt Hall)

Hidden Track: "Lesbian Escalation" (w/ Rachael Yamagata)

Tour dates:

8/26 Portland, OR - Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall
8/27 Seattle, WA - Paramount Theatre
8/28 Vancouver, BC - Queen Elizabeth Theatre
9/10 Houston, TX - House of Blues
9/11 Dallas, TX - Verizon Theatre
9/12 Austin, TX - Paramount Theater
9/17 Las Vegas, NV - The Pearl @ Palms Casino
9/18 Phoenix, AZ - Dodge Theatre
9/23 Anaheim, CA - Grove of Anaheim
9/24 San Diego, CA - Humphreys Concerts by the Bay
9/25 Saratoga, CA - Mountain Winery
9/26 Napa, CA - Uptown Theatre
10/1 Calgary, AB - Southern Alberta Jubilee
10/2 Edmonton, AB - Winspear Centre
10/9 Denver, CO - Paramount Theatre
10/14 Madison, WI - Overture - Capitol Theatre
10/15 Minneapolis, MN - State Theater
10/16 Chicago, IL - Chicago Theatre
10/17 Detroit, MI - The Fillmore Detroit
10/22 Toronto, ON - Massey Hall
10/23 Montreal, QC - Salle Wilfrid Pelletier
10/24 Ottawa, ON - National Arts Center (Southam Hall)
10/28 Boston, MA - Wilbur Theatre
10/29 Washington, DC - Warner Theatre
10/30 Atlantic City, NJ - Caesars Atlantic City (Circus Maximus)
11/5 New York, NY - TBA
11/6 Mashantucket, CT - Fox Theatre
12/3 Los Angeles, CA - The Wiltern
12/4 San Francisco, CA - Nob Hill Masonic Center
12/9 Clearwater, FL - Ruth Eckerd Hall
12/10 Orlando, FL - Hard Rock Live
12/11 Miami Beach, FL - Fillmore - Jackie Gleason Theater
12/12 Atlanta, GA - Tabernacle