COMEDY NEWS: @CAMERONESPOSITO ‘SAME SEX SYMBOL’ OUT THIS FALL ON KILL ROCK STARS

CAMERON ESPOSITO announces the release of her new comedy album 'SAME SEX SYMBOL' out OCTOBER 7th on KILL ROCK STARS.  Called "the future of comedy" by none other than Jay Leno, Cameron is a fast rising LA-based standup comic, actor and writer who was also named Comic to Watch by LA Weekly, Time Out LA and Cosmopolitan Magazine. Recorded live at two sold out shows in Portland, 'Same Sex Symbol' perfectly captures Cameron's edgy and straightforward humor which touches on her hometown of Chicago, growing up very, very Catholic, visiting a strip club, and gay marriage.  
 
Paste has the exclusive video premiere of album track "Woman Who Doesn't Sleep With Men."  Watch it here:  http://bit.ly/1o966fF
 
When not on tour, Cameron can be found onstage every Tuesday at UCB LA as host of the hit live podcast Put Your Hands Together which was recently named by ROLLING STONE as one of the Best Comedy Podcasts  She is also the creator/host of  Wham Bam Pow, a scifi/action movie podcast distributed by Maximum Fun. On TV she can been seen or heard on the Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson, Chelsea Lately, Maron, Last Call with Carson Daly, TakePart Live and Adventure Time. Cameron is a regular guest on top comedy podcasts "Comedy Bang! Bang!" and "How Did This Get Made" and her biweekly column "Who In The World Is Cameron Esposito?" can be read at The AV Club.
 
Get a free download of album track "Woman Who Doesn't Sleep With Men" at http://bit.ly/1qz0WH9
 
Pre-order your copy of 'Same Sex Symbol' now at http://killrockstars.com/samesexsymbol
 
CAMERON ESPOSITO ON TOUR:

10/7 – LA, CA @ UCB LA
10/10 – Brooklyn, NY @ Union Hall Doors 7:30, $10/$12 http://bit.ly/1AI6Ufu
10/12 – Akron, OH @ Musica
10/14 – Chicago, IL @ Lincoln Hall 7pm, $15, 21+ http://bit.ly/1lk2NMQ
11/2 – SF @ The Independent  Doors 7pm, show 8pm, 21+, $18 http://ticketf.ly/XaIvjr
11/3 – Portland OR @ Mississippi Studios
   *more dates tba

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Be sure to pick up ANONYMOUS, the novel that Publishers Weekly hailed as a "well-crafted piece of experimental, voyeuristic fiction..." and "a winning jumble of the gritty, the raw, and the grotesque" at http://www.tanamor.com/p/anonymous.html.
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