Upfront & Company
Marquette, MI
June 17, 2000:

IN MEMORIUM: Sean Costello passed away suddenly last night (April 15) in his hotel room in Atlanta--one day before his 29th birthday. Sean had been a blues prodigy since age 9 and recorded his first album at age 14. I had the privilege of enjoying several of his live performances in person, and his total respect for the traditions of the blues and the great performers who came before him was evident in the professionalism he demanded of himself and his band in every performance. I was looking forward to seeing him live again in a few weeks.

The cause of his death is not known but no foul play is suspected. If you are interested, according the news release I read, "In lieu of flowers, donations to the singer's non-profit The SeanCostello Foundation for Bi-Polar Research, are requested. To donate, call 678-384-0063 or e-mail"

Rest in peace, Sean.


CDR acquired in trade > EAC (secure mode) > HD > WAV > Trader's Little Helper > FLAC > You

I can't state this as a fact, but this has to be a soundboard. The recording is as close to perfect as a live recording is likely to be.

Disc 1 (70:08):
01. Introduction
02. Honky Tonk
03. Bad Boy
04. Genevieve
05. Those Lonely, Lonely Nights
06. T-Bone Boogie
07. Mojo Boogie
08. One Kiss
09. Sit Down, Baby
10. One Chance
11. After Hours
12. band intro
13. All Your Love (I Miss Loving)
14. Little Mellow Chick
15. Rub-a-dub
16. Walking by Myself
17. Tipitina
18. Step Back

Disc 2 (65:40):
01. Introduction
02. Moanin' for Molasses
03. It Takes Time
04. Cold Cold Ground
05. San-ho-zay
06. You're Killing My Love
07. Cuttin' In
08. A Man and the Blues
09. No Lie/
10. Hucklebuck
11. Who's Been Cheating Who
12. I Got Loaded
13. Mama, Talk to Your Daughter
14. Gangster of Love