Ride with Independent Recording Artist, Grammy Nominee Linda Chorney as she takes you on her up-close and personal unpaved road to find success in the messed up NEW music world.
Linda Chorney has been performing around the world and self-producing albums and videos for over thirty years. But now, while anyone can stream music and videos for fractions of pennies, what does it take, and what is the price of making a buck?
Does the joy of creating and sharing music justify all of the time, effort, expense, hustling, groveling, and pulling favors?
In this profoundly personal, funny documentary, filmed, written, directed, and edited by Linda, we accompany her in the passenger seat as she enlists friends, family and strangers in the production of a wild music video for a new song. Along the way, she attempts to answer the paradoxical questions many artists ask themselves: "What defines success"--the music itself, or the money? And if the money isn’t t there, is it even worth it anymore? Is there a light at the end of the tunnel, or just a dead end?
In the vein of “Twenty Feet From Stardom,” this DIY candid, hand-held, humorous, emotional film gives you a glimpse of what it takes for a recording artist who’s always almost "making it" to stay in the biz.