Glenn Feit Sr. ’57, longtime New York City corporate attorney, had an “unexpected turn of career” in the last seven years and is now a musician in the Hamptons (on the East End of Long Island, New York). At age 80, with encouragement from his wife, Barberi Feit, he took up the guitar and began to sing and play at local open mikes. He soon played live for a WEER FM radio program; then performed solo or with a band in concerts in Southampton, East Hampton, and Sag Harbor; and finally added backup singers to become The Glenn Tones. A highlight and honor for Feit in 2015 was performing at a special celebration at the Stephen Talkhouse in Amagansett. He and his musician friends have now made a CD. “Act II Scene I” comprises 12 songs, from “If You Could Read My Mind” to “Chelsea Hotel 2.”