© Jim Post 2012
Jim Post won a all school talent contest in the first grade and received the opportunity to sing on the radio. In 2012, he will celebrate his 65th. year as a performance artist, maintaining the same strong, clear, tenor voice that established his reputation. He has never stepped out of the warmth of the spot light. He loves to say at the end of a show, “If you keep coming to see me, I’ll never get a real job.” His accomplishments include twenty one albums, most of them of original folk texture. His one rock and roll album spawned the international hit, “Reach out in the Darkness.” When the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame opened in 1995, Jim was rewarded for his year-and- a-half in rock and roll by being included in one of the Hall’s most popular exhibitions for eight  years.
Jim Post.... Modest Minstrel & Consummate Entertainer
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In 1986, Jim wrote his first play, Galena Rose: How Whiskey Won the West, which he performed more than fifteen-hundred times, including a performance for the Smithsonian Institute. From family Christmas plays (The Heart of Christmas), to sequels (Mark Twain's Adventures Out West), from concerts to Northlight Theatre to the world premier of Mark Twain and the Laughing River, all the way to the English Speaking Theatre in Vienna, Austria, Jim’s imagination has kept the theme of youth and laughter echoing through all of his performances.