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UPCOMING SHOWS & EVENTS
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Josh Grider at The Post

Josh Grider at The Post

Dec 4, 8:00pm - Dec 4, 10:00pm

2925 Race Street,,Fort Worth,76111,US Map

A live performance at The Post at River East.

Tables must be purchased in advance and will not be sold at the door.
All ages welcome.
Free parking.

23 interested  ·  3 going
Matinee: Courtney Patton, Jason Eady, Rob Ickes and Trey Hensley

Matinee: Courtney Patton, Jason Eady, Rob Ickes and Trey Hensley

Dec 5, 2:00pm - Dec 5, 4:00pm

The Post at River East2925 Race StreetFort Worth, TX76111 Map

An special daytime show at The Post at River East.

Tables must be purchased in advance and will not be sold at the door.
All ages welcome.
Free parking.

6 interested  ·  5 going
Sunday Supper Club:Courtney Patton, Jason Eady, Rob Ickes and Trey Hensley

Sunday Supper Club:Courtney Patton, Jason Eady, Rob Ickes and Trey Hensley

Dec 5, 6:00pm - Dec 5, 8:00pm

The Post at River East2925 Race StreetFort Worth, TX76111 Map

An evening with great songwriters at The Post at River East.

Tickets go on sale to the public on November 15 at 10am. This show will sell out quickly.

Tables must be purchased in advance and will not be sold at the door.
All ages welcome.
Free parking.

18 interested  ·  7 going
Wine Me Up Wednesday with Adrian Hulet

Wine Me Up Wednesday with Adrian Hulet

Dec 8, 7:00pm - Dec 8, 10:00pm

The Post at River East2925 Race StreetFort Worth, TX76111 Map

$5 house wines and sangrias and free live music at The Post at River East.

No cover.
All ages welcome.
Dogs on leashes welcome.

Jacob Furrsdays at The Post

Jacob Furrsdays at The Post

Dec 9, 6:00pm - Dec 9, 8:00pm

The Post at River East2925 Race StreetFort Worth, TX76111 Map

Free local music in the courtyard at The Post at River East.

Jacob Furr is a songwriter from Fort Worth, Texas.
You can find his music at:
jacobfurr.bandcamp.com
No cover.
All ages welcome.

Walt Wilkins & Darden Smith at The Post - Thursday Show

Walt Wilkins & Darden Smith at The Post - Thursday Show

Dec 9, 8:00pm - Dec 9, 10:00pm

2925 Race Street,,Fort Worth,76111,US Map

An intimate acoustic performance by two brilliant songwriters at The Post at River East.

All ages welcome.
Tables must be purchased in advance and will not be sold at the door.
Free parking.

21 interested  ·  5 going
Walt Wilkins & Darden Smith at The Post - Friday Show

Walt Wilkins & Darden Smith at The Post - Friday Show

Dec 10, 8:00pm - Dec 10, 10:00pm

2925 Race Street,,Fort Worth,76111,US Map

An intimate acoustic performance by two brilliant songwriters at The Post at River East.

All ages welcome.
Tables must be purchased in advance and will not be sold at the door.
Free parking.

42 interested  ·  6 going
Matt Hillyer & Dave Perez at The Post

Matt Hillyer & Dave Perez at The Post

Dec 12, 6:00pm - Dec 12, 8:00pm

The Post at River East2925 Race StreetFort Worth, TX76111 Map

A 6pm acoustic song swap at The Post at River East.

All ages welcome.
Reserved tables must be purchased in advance and will not be sold at the door.

35 interested  ·  7 going
Mike McClure at The Post

Mike McClure at The Post

Dec 17, 8:00pm - Dec 17, 10:00pm

2925 Race Street,,Fort Worth,76111,US Map

An intimate acoustic performance at The Post at River East.

Tables must be purchased in advance and will not be sold at the door.
All ages welcome.

48 interested  ·  5 going
An Evening with Bobby Duncan at The Post

An Evening with Bobby Duncan at The Post

Dec 23, 8:00pm - Dec 23, 11:00pm

The Post at River East2925 Race StreetFort Worth, TX76111 Map

A special ticketed show with Bobby Duncan in The Trinity Room at The Post.

All ages welcome.
Seating is first come first served.
Free parking.
Bobby Duncan is a Fort Worth based, singer/songwriter who has released four albums over his 15 year career. Lonesome Town (2006), Faith, Hope & Everything Else (2009), Forever From Here (2012) & At the Live Oak Music Hall (2017).



Along with an extensive tour schedule, a successful podcast, The Co-Write & being a husband, and father of three, Duncan plans to release his fifth effort, Maybe This Time, in 2019.
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New Year's Eve with Squeezebox Bandits and Matt Hillyer at The Post

New Year's Eve with Squeezebox Bandits and Matt Hillyer at The Post

Dec 31, 9:00pm - Dec 31, 11:30pm

2925 Race Street,,Fort Worth,76111,US Map

Ring in the new year with your pals at The Post at River East.

Tables must be purchased in advance and will not be sold at the door.
All ages welcome.
All tickets include complimentary champagne toast and black eyed peas at midnight

47 interested  ·  9 going
Cruz Contreras at The Post

Cruz Contreras at The Post

Jan 9, 6:00pm - Jan 9, 8:00pm

The Post at River East2925 Race StreetFort Worth, TX76111 Map

An intimate songwriter performance at The Post at River East.

All ages welcome.
Reserved tables must be purchased in advance and will not be sold at the door.
Multi-instrumentalist, vocalist, songwriter, and producer Cruz Contreras has roots in Tennessee and Michigan, but has impacted Americana music worldwide.

The frontman, founder, and driving force behind The Black Lillies’ raw and rootsy sound also co-founded Robinella and the CCstringband, and has collaborated with musicians ranging from John Oates and Jim Lauderdale to Langhorne Slim and The Turnpike Troubadours. His projects have topped both the Billboard and Americana radio charts, won Independent Music Awards, and been nominated for the Americana Music Association’s Emerging Artist of the Year award. After over a decade touring under the name The Black Lillies, Contreras is currently performing as a solo act and has been recently collaborating with cellist Dave Eggar, fiddle player Billy Contreras, and wife Molly Contreras.

Over the years, Cruz has appeared on nationally broadcasted television including Late Night with Conan O’Brien, CMT, VH-1, GAC, Bluegrass Underground and PBS Television’s Sun Studio Sessions. His music has been lauded by outlets as diverse as American Songwriter Magazine, Rolling Stone, NPR’s Morning Edition and Vanity Fair, among others. Contreras is currently at work on his debut solo album, ‘Cosmico’, to be released 2021.
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3 interested  ·  2 going
Jeff Plankenhorn at The Post

Jeff Plankenhorn at The Post

Jan 12, 8:00pm - Jan 12, 10:00pm

The Post at River East2925 Race StreetFort Worth, TX76111 Map

Live music at The Post at River East.

All ages welcome.
Reserved tables must be purchased in advance and will not be sold at the door.

1 interested
An evening with Rich O'Toole at The Post

An evening with Rich O'Toole at The Post

Jan 15, 8:00pm - Jan 15, 10:00pm

The Post at River East2925 Race StreetFort Worth, TX76111 Map

An intimate acoustic performance at The Post at River East.

Tables must be purchased in advance and will not be sold at the door.
All ages welcome.
True artists know that music, like horizons and imaginations, has no limits. Just ask Rich O’Toole, a country songwriter with a passion for arena-rock performances who burst onto the Texas music scene a little over a decade ago. O’Toole has since forged a solid regional touring career bringing his high-energy shows to an increasingly large and dedicated fan base. Now, after years of touring and with the release of seven albums, O’Toole is garnering some national attention.

The broad appeal of O’Toole’s music, including early acclaim from his debut album Seventeen, fuels his ambition to reach an ever-wider audience. Having grown up in Houston, his strong Texas roots nourished that first album, earning praise from Americana Music Times (then called Texas Music Times) as the year’s “Best Album That No One Told You About.” O’Toole has since issued several additional albums including Kiss of a Liar, which features cameos from fellow Texas stars Josh Abbott and Pat Green, peaking at 73 on Billboard’s country chart, Jaded which hit #10 on the Country Music iTunes Chart and topped the Texas Music Chart three times, and American Kid, which debuted at #5 on the Country Music iTunes Chart and #43 on the National Billboard Chart.

New York, O’Toole’s latest album, is filled with stories pulled from O’Toole’s recent travels across the country, set to music that defies easy categorization. It’s as American as music can be, more universal than regional, and marks the peak of O’Toole’s achievement to date. Songs include “California,” which looks back on time spent in L.A. and asks, “Does the wine taste different in California? Do the stars shine a little too bright? Did you lose your faith in G od on Sunset and Vine?” From the track titled “New York City,” O’Toole reflects on his time in the Big Apple: “late nights, city sounds, back-alley bars” and “high-class women on eastbound trains.” The song “American Steel,” penned by O’Toole’s college friend Mike Ethan Messick, is wildly exhilarating. It’s an 18-wheeler thrill ride “through the dust bowls and the ghost towns” of the USA. “I know I’m gonna reach this place I’m going because I’m rolling American steel.”

Of all the songs on New York, “Peter And Paul” may resonate the most in these troubled times. “My mom would say it all the time: “You’re robbing Peter to pay Paul,’” O’Toole says. “Our country has been robbing Peter to pay Paul for years, consistently going in debt. The song’s not for or against any particular political party. It talks more about the state of our government in general.” The song concludes with “stand tall and spread the love around,” which sums up the moral of New York: even the darkest highways lead inevitably toward the light. “Between my last record, American Kid, and this one, I’ve done a lot of growing up,” he reflects. “When you go from your twenties to your thirties, you’re not in party mode anymore. You’re taking life seriously and trying to represent yourself honestly as a songwriter as well.”

At age 37, O’Toole has compiled 23 top ten songs and three #1’s on the Texas Music Chart, over 125,000 albums sold, and over 15,000,000 Spotify steams over a thirteen-year career. “My songs are true stories about my life. I can’t just write about what might happen tomorrow,” he insists. “More than anything, I want to do as Bruce Springsteen, John Mellencamp and Steve Earle have done: create great American songwriter rock.” We think you’ll agree Rich O’Toole continues to deliver, in his records and in his live performances.
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Matinee: Luke Wade at The Post

Matinee: Luke Wade at The Post

Jan 16, 2:00pm - Jan 16, 4:00pm

The Post at River East2925 Race StreetFort Worth, TX76111 Map

A special 2pm performance at The Post at River East.

All ages welcome.
Reserved tables must be purchased in advance and will not be sold at the door.

8 interested  ·  3 going
Rob Baird at The Post

Rob Baird at The Post

Feb 4, 8:00pm - Feb 4, 10:00pm

The Post at River East2925 Race StreetFort Worth, TX76111 Map

An intimate songwriter performance at The Post at River East.

All ages welcome.
Reserved tables must be purchased in advance and will not be sold at the door.
A gambler of wit, Rob Baird spins lyrical luck in his fourth record, After All to find out what happens when you go looking for yourself in someone else. In the 2019 follow-up to his third 2015 record, Wrong Side of the River, Memphis-bred Baird smashes right into heartache, chasing losses just to end up winning back the love he never knew he was looking for.

“For me, until you get your heart broken as an adult, you don’t really know how to write anything meaningful. You can make it up…that works for a little while. I’m not saying you have to be completely unhinged to make music, but I think you do have to know what it feels like to be completely vulnerable,” explained Baird of the record. “Every emotion you feel in a breakup — anger, anguish, disappointment, lust — you’ll feel it as you listen.”

Recorded straight to tape, at Battletapes, an East Nashville studio under the direction of Jeremy Ferguson (Cage The Elephant, Andrew Combs, Lucie Silvas) — After All combines the known with the unknown applying new processes with familiar relationships. Produced by long time friend and collaborator, Rick Brantley who did time on Music Row as well as in the trenches with the likes of John Hiatt and Brandi Clark; Texas-based musicians’ Austin ‘Woodrow’ Morgan and Z Lynch, After All brings together a depth of sound only musicians playing together for a decade can make. According to Woodrow: “We’ve gone from hating each other to living together to playing together so much that we hated each other all over again. Somewhere along the way we figured out how to grow up and now after so much time spent talking about it, we have finally made a record together.”

Drawing inspiration from Lucinda Williams’ tender melodies to the raw chords of James McMurtry, Rob surrounded himself with the sounds and souls that have known him best to make his latest album. Shaped serendipitously and with the help of friends Burleson Smith, David Beck and Brian Douglas Phillips, the songs were crafted over a couple years at a kitchen table in Austin.

The material gnaws on the hard truths that heartbreak surfaces. The title track, “After All,” an ironically light-hearted start for the relationship roadtrip it confesses. Rob sings of the road less travelled in “Losing Hands,” admitting you can’t be made whole when your down this low. With the song, “Devil Woman Blues,” Rob illustrates a series of seductive vignettes that tackle faded dreams of innocence. “Greedy Eyes” alludes to the infallible realities that come with making promises no man can keep. In “I Tried,” Baird takes you on a haunting journey of the self-realization that comes when you’ve risked everything and put too much of you into us. To wrap up the record, “Best That I Was” intentionally drags out closure to the relationship rollercoaster you’ve been on. The entire record is like a handshake with heartache that ends in a hopeful goodbye bringing warmth to a cold shoulder lover.

“It’s my fourth record and after ten years of recording I have — through luck and shear persistence, surrounded myself with the right people. It’s these people, living these songs with me one-by-one, note-by-note. These people living this album with me that have brought an honesty I wouldn’t have found on my own.”

The more you listen to After All, the more you hear the depth of gray that lies between the black and white lines of love, “thank god I got out of my own way and back to my roots,” shares Baird.

Throughout the last decade playing and writing songs, Rob’s mastered the art of skating as close to the truth as you can without sinking the ship. It’s hard to make an album come alive with each listen and Rob’s done just that with After All — and not by mistake.
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Carolina Story at The Post

Carolina Story at The Post

Feb 23, 8:00pm - Feb 23, 10:00pm

The Post at River East2925 Race StreetFort Worth, TX76111 Map

An intimate acoustic performance at The Post at River East.

All ages welcome.
Reserved tables must be purchased in advance and will not be sold at the door.

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Houston Marchman at The Post

Houston Marchman at The Post

Feb 26, 8:00pm - Feb 26, 10:00pm

The Post at River East2925 Race StreetFort Worth, TX76111 Map

Live music at The Post at River East.

All ages welcome.
Reserved tables must be purchased in advance and will not be sold at the door.

8 interested
Seth Walker at The Post

Seth Walker at The Post

Mar 10, 8:00pm - Mar 10, 10:00pm

The Post at River East2925 Race StreetFort Worth, TX76111 Map

The great Seth Walker returns to The Post at River East.

All ages welcome.
Reserved tables must be purchased in advance and will not be sold at the door.

Seth Walker is often cited as one of the most prolific contemporary Americana artists on the scene today. He’s a multi-dimensional talent who combines a gift for melody and lyric alongside a rich, Gospel-drenched, Southern-inflected voice with a true blue knack for getting around on the guitar. His most recent studio album, Are You Open, produced by Jano Rix of The Wood Brothers, and a string of singles, including “We Got This,” “Spirits Moving” and a cover of Van Morrison’s classic “Warm Love” further build upon this reputation.

Most recently, Walker added published author to his oeuvre with his first memoir, ‘Your Van Is On Fire.’ A riotous and charming melange of a touring musician’s life, the book is comprised of many short essays, poems and paintings he'd accumulated over a near 30-year career. Written during the 2020 lockdown, Walker offers a first hand account of an artist in perpetual motion who’s dedicated his life to chasing the muse wherever it may lead.

Growing up on a commune in rural North Carolina, the son of classically trained musicians, Seth Walker played cello long before discovering the guitar in his 20s. When his introduction to the blues came via his Uncle Landon Walker, who was both a musician and disc jockey, his fate was forever sealed. Instantaneously, Seth was looking to artists like T-Bone Walker, Snooks Eaglin, and B.B. King as a wellspring of endless inspiration. The rest is history. He's released ten albums, broken into the Top 20 of the Americana Radio Charts, reached No. 2 on the Billboard Blues Album Chart and received praise from NPR, American Songwriter, No Depression and Relix, among others.

In addition to extensive recording and songwriting pursuits, Seth is consistently touring and performing at venues and festivals around the world. Along with headline shows, he's been invited to open for The Mavericks, The Wood Brothers, Raul Malo, Paul Thorn and Ruthie Foster, among others.

Seth Walker is currently based in Asheville, NC after previously residing in Austin, New Orleans and Nashville. He’s used those experiences wisely, soaking up the sounds and absorbing the musical lineage of these varied places. With a bluesman’s respect for roots and tradition, coupled with an appreciation for—and successful melding of—contemporary songwriting, Seth sublimely incorporates a range of styles with warmth and grace. Perhaps Country Standard Time said it best: “If you subscribe to the Big Tent theory of Americana, then Seth Walker –with his blend of blues, gospel, pop, R&B, rock, and a dash country—just might be your poster boy.”

Press Quotes:
"...an accomplished guitarist and an even better singer, distilling the soul of Ray Charles, the Southern boy roots charm of Delbert McClinton, and an uptown blues turn of phrase (à la Percy Mayfield) into his own distinct voice." - The Vinyl District

"Walker's brilliantly nuanced vocals are as natural, clear, sharp, and as effortlessly elegant as his guitar playing..." - All Music

"It’s a welcome thing that Seth Walker’s chosen to pitch his tent in Americana...Walker has a way with smooth and swinging phrasing and makes classically accessible up-front pleas." - Nashville Scene

“If you subscribe to the Big Tent theory of Americana, then Seth Walker –with his blend of blues, gospel, pop, R&B, rock, and a dash country—just might be your poster boy.” - Country Standard Time
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Mike Zito at The Post

Mike Zito at The Post

Mar 19, 8:00pm - Mar 19, 10:00pm

The Post at River East2925 Race StreetFort Worth, TX76111 Map

Mike Zito with his full blues band at The Post at River East.

All ages welcome.
Reserved tables must be purchased in advance and will not be sold at the door.

13 interested  ·  2 going
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THE TRINITY ROOM

Inside The Post is The Trinity Room where food and drinks fill our large communal tables and we present carefully curated shows for the discerning listener. Join us for an evening, share some food, enjoy some drinks and we’ll become your new favorite Fort Worth venue.

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OUR FOOD

Our menu is packed full of fresh ingredients and dishes perfect for sharing. We also have a tasty selection of sandwiches and lighter bite salads and soups. Served in a relaxed, informal atmosphere this is food best enjoyed with friends.

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OUR DRINKS

From cocktails created with top-shelf spirits and seasonal twists, to craft beer and wine by the glass, there is a drink to suit every palate. Our friendly bar staff are always on hand with suggestions when you want a change up from your usual.

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WHO WE ARE

The Post At River East is brought to you by a highly experienced management, booking and production team. Our previous experience includes operating The Live Oak and Fort Worth Live, as well as booking talent for countless Fort Worth venues.

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OUR COURTYARD 

Relax in our enclosed outdoor space with live music and drinks served up under glorious Texas skies. 

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