Concert - Linda Chorney
Thursday, October 127:00—8:00 PMCommunity RoomGoodnow Library21 Concord Rd, Sudbury, MA, 01776
Join us on Thursday, October 12, at 7PM for an IN-PERSON concert by Linda Chorney!
2x Grammy Nominee Linda Chorney and Sudbury native, is by definition, the epitome of a truly independent singer/songwriter. Like 99% of musicians out there, she chased the dream, but never inked the big record deal. After decades of slugging it out, having performed thousands of shows on all 7 continents--as a Hail Mary, Linda threw her 6th album into the Grammys--and became the first independent artist, without a label, publicist, or manager, to be nominated for Americana Album of the Year in 2012, and then did it again in 2022.
Her nominations caused an overly dramatic controversy in the industry, and Chorney handled it with grace. She spoke the truth, made 2 award winning films, and wrote 2 books.
After 40 plus years in the biz, she is on her final tour--the EPILOGUE TOUR, with her latest book, It Ain't Over Till the Indie Sings, because she's singing, and says it's almost over. Come see her wildly entertaining one woman show, as she shares stories about her crazy, odds defying career, and performs her music, in her hometown.
About Linda Chorney: Linda Chorney is the poster child of the Independent Artist, is an American Singer-Songwriter who has been slugging it out in the entertainment field for the last 4 decades. She made history as the first independent artist to be nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Americana Album in 2012--then did it again in 2022. In the decade between her two Grammy nominations, Chorney has travelled the world, written about her adventures, produced an award winning Documentary, The Opening Act, produced, wrote and starred in her multi-award winning docudrama, When I Sing, which is currently on Amazon; produced a political comedy series, Saving Bernie, and most recently has released her second book, It Ain't Over till the Indie Sings.
Through the power of her music, Chorney has contributed charitable work and performances for The Boys and Girls Clubs, The USVA, Light of Day Foundation, and Where Angels Play Foundation. In addition, her humanitarian efforts have helped erect the Martin Richard Statue.
Chorney’s inspiring, humorous, and informative talks about the music business as an independent artist, in addition to receiving critical acclaim, are like a giant, entertaining therapy session for the audience.
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