Sammy Cost had an extended and productive profession as a versatile blues and boogie-woogie-based pianist. He analyzed piano in Dallas and was a vocalist and dancer with Alphonso Trent’s music group during 1927-1930. In 1929, he documented one solitary part under the name of “Sammy Cost and His Four Quarters.” Over time in Kansas Town, he spent amount of time in Chicago and Detroit. In 1938, Cost became the home pianist for Decca in NY and made an appearance on many blues edges with such performers as Trixie Smith and Sister Rosetta Tharpe. He led his very own band on information in the first ’40s including (using one unforgettable program) Lester Youthful. Cost worked gradually on 52nd Road, in 1948 performed at the Great Celebration with Mezz Mezzrow, spent period back in Tx, and then ten years with Crimson Allen; he was also noticed on many rock and roll & roll-type periods in the 1950s. In old age he documented with Doc Cheatham. Sammy Cost was energetic until near his loss of life, 63 years after his documenting debut.