Singer-Songwriter Linda Chorney is a big star in a small galaxy. Her talent has taken her around the world, accumulating fans that span the globe. Those who know her work are addicted. Once you stick any of her CD\'s in your player, it generally never comes out. Her lyrics are honest, vulnerable, humorous, brave, and above all, genuine. She delivers her melodic stories with a soothing, strong voice that is earthy and non-calculating. It is a voice one cannot grow tired of listening. And actually listening will take you on an autobiographical journey of Linda\'s relationships and experiences that many relate to. She sings things most people think, but don\'t have the balls to admit.
Linda taught herself how to play guitar at age ten. She handles her instrument with conviction, and confidently attacks rhythm as well as dynamically bringing it down to the appropriate feel. Her playing was recognized by \"Millennia Guitars\". As a result, the company sponsored her and even designed a line of guitars called \"The Linda Chorney Signature Series.\" And her set-ups and winging dialogue between songs will keep you laughing. On the other hand, it may bring an emotional tear to your eye. She will go from one extreme to the other, as life can be. Her interpretations of Classic Cover Tunes should not be missed, as she mixes them up in between her huge catalogue of originals.
Chorney has shared the marquee with Paul Simon, Jackson Brown, Sheryl Crow, Dave Mason, and many more. She has played for as many as 250,000, as she had the honor of performing for Nelson Mandella in Boston. She has broken the Top 40 with her song, \"Living Alone\". You may have seen her perform on television.
Linda has had very close calls on large record deals. She has produced and released five albums. Somehow, timing and circumstances of the business have prevented her from being exposed on that next level. The good news is that she can still be seen in nice, intimate venues, so you can witness her brilliance up close, and even have a conversation with her in between sets.
Catch her on these smaller stages while you still can. She still might get that Grammy she\'s always wanted.