Don was born into a tradition of music. His grandfather, Ambrosio LaConte performed at various Opera venues in his native Italy before his first appearance at the Chicago Met in the late 1920’s. His Mother, Ann, also performed in a variety of operas and concerts before retiring from the stage.

Don Costa’s first public appearance occurred as a teen in a production of the musical “Student Prince”. It became clear to the audience as they leaped to a standing ovation after every performance of his talents. Although he won a Music Scholarship to Gonzaga University, the Viet Nam War was raging in Southeast Asia at the same time. Instead of accepting the scholarship he decided to carry on another family tradition and enlisted in the U.S. Navy.

However, his musical abilities were quickly recognized in the service as well. At the request of his military superiors he created an “All Navy” music touring group, “The Don Costa Trio”. Don and his band were shuttled from coast to coast entertaining his fellow sailors with a mixture of folk, country, light rock and his original songs. Since the service Don has devoted most of his time to his family and his musical attention to his church while continuing to compose. Don’s professional memberships include the Musicians Local 47 in Hollywood, Ca. and the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP).

This site focuses on his latest composition: “Daddy’s First Born Child”. As his daughter Jennifer, was planning her wedding she presented Don with a list of tunes. She asked her Dad to select a song for their “Father-Daughter Dance”. Over the next several months he anguished over the list. None of the songs came close to expressing anything of what he was feeling about that special moment. His oldest child was getting married! And she was marrying a wonderful young man from an equally wonderful family. They took great pains to honor their parents; faith; family and traditions that are the very fabric of who we all are. This was an effort that could only be honored in return with a special song of its own. So, Don proceeded to write his own.

The reaction of every audience "Daddy’s First Born Child". has been performed for is immediate, emotional and meaningful. Every audience relates to the lyrics and their own child or parental experience. Even producer Dave Pearlman found the music so moving and lyrics so touching and relevant that he dubbed it: “… a wedding song for the next 100 years”. Don’s ultimate enjoyment however, was the ability to write that special song for his “oldest” daughter Jennifer, while recording it with his “youngest” Julianne.
 
 
 
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