Singer Jim Post, Chicago folk music star who hit big with ‘Reach Out of the Darkness,’ dead at 82


Jim Post was one of the most irrepressible stars of Chicago’s folk music scene in the 1970s and 1980s.

He could sing, act, write a hit song and plays, make you believe he was Mark Twain reincarnated, shred on his guitar and reach — and endlessly hold — the high notes with a ringing tenor…


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