Linda Chorney (born 1960) is an American singer-songwriter and award-winning filmmaker, originally from Sudbury, Massachusetts.
A 1978 graduate of Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High School, Chorney studied at the University of Miami. Her 2011 album, Emotional Jukebox, gained notoriety after receiving a nomination for the 2012 Grammy Award in the category of Best Americana Album., despite not selling a single album.  Her nomination, gained through a self-promotion strategy that relied heavily on social media, attracted both praise and criticism. Some media outlets characterized the nomination as a victory for independent artists, while others suggested she was "gaming the system", due to the fact that she was unknown by executives within the Americana Music Association. Despite her nomination in the Americana Grammy category, she has never been nominated for any awards by the Americana Music Association.  In 2013, Chorney released a book entitled Who the F**K Is Linda Chorney, detailing the experience. In 2015 Chorney helped fund a bronze statue of a victim of the 2013 Boston Marathon Tragedy at Bridgewater State University, through the efforts of her song, "Martin".
- Mt Blunt Instrument (1995)
- Racing With Reality (1998)
- Me So Chorney (2001)
- 1 Kiss at a Time (2005)
- CHORNographEY (2008) – released July 23, 2008
- Emotional Jukebox (2011) – released January 8, 2011
- Oysters (2016)
- Billboard "How Linda Chorney, an Unknown, Scored a Grammy Nomination". Billboard. December 13, 2011.
- Halperin, Shirley (February 10, 2012). "How Linda Chorney Scored a Grammy Nom Without Registering a Single Album Sale (Video)". The Hollywood Reporter.
- Variety "Grammy's self-help poster girl". Variety. December 10, 2011. Retrieved December 13, 2011.
- Reed, Jams (February 9, 2012). "Social networking helps singer land unlikely Grammy nod". The Boston Globe. Archived from the original on July 12, 2012. Retrieved February 11, 2012.
- Americana Music Association List of Past Winners and Nominees
- USA Today 2015 Over the past two years, Guerina collaborated with two other artists — Linda Chorney and David Wells Roth, a portrait artist from Massachusetts — to create the statue.
- New Jersey Stage, – Gary Wein, April 3, 2016 In 2012, Chorney stunned the world when she was nominated for a Grammy for Best Americana Album as an independent artist with Emotional Jukebox. With her new film, The Opening Act, she once again pulls back the curtain;
- Arizona Daily Star January 5, 2017 Linda Chorney is making a movie, and she wants Tucson's help