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Martinis and Ice Cream Sundaes – The Key to a Happy Healthy Old Age

Could it really be as simple and tasty as Martinis and Ice Cream Sundaes?

Read on Oh You Doubters!  Irving Fields, 96 years old is not only in excellent health but looks 30 years younger than his actual age. What does he attribute this to, yes a nightly martini and an ice cream sundae before he turns in for the evening…Oh and one other thing, Never ever retire.

Mr. Fields has been playing piano in New York City since the 1920s, most recently at an upscale Italian Steak House. ” That’s his fountain of youth right there: the martini” a person squealed the other night. She was pointing to a brimming two-olive vodka martini resting on the grand piano being played by Mr. Fields.

As for the martini, a nightly staple, Mr Fields said it was as good an explanation as any for his longevity. “Don’t forget the ice cream sundae I have every night before bed”, he said while dusting off  a medley of tunes from “Fiddler on the Roof” (He has never let his playing get in the way of his talking.)

“The real secret is that I love what I do, and the piano is my best friend”, said Mr Fields, who was dressed in a velvet blazer and stylish tie as he table-hopped, chatted with customers and took requests. His wife Ruth, 82, was also working the room.

(This story on Mr. Fields was reported by Corey Kilgannon in the New York Times a week ago) As for the other hints to his endurance, Mr. Fields has produced a flyer, a stack of which sit on the piano, with his “Secrets to Longevity,” a list of aphorisisms like “Eat four hours before bedtime (You’ll digest better)” and “Never make a decision intoxicated”.  A regular patron commented on his piano skills “I’m big on authenticity, and you can hear the influence of the ’30s and ’40s and ’50’s in his playing. He’s lived through all musical eras and styles. Plus he’s always had the ability to play and charm his listeners at the same time, and it’s that charm that keeps you coming back”.

Mr. Fields says the six-nights a week job is perfect for him because it’s a two-minute walk from the apartment on Central Park South where he has lived for 50 years. “I get so many young people coming in saying they love Sinatra”, he said, “and they’re requesting the classics”.

Mr. Fields was born Yitshak Schwartz in 1915 and grew up in Brooklyn as the youngest of  six children. he was studying piano by 1923, and by 1933, he was playing on cruise ships. By the 1940s, he said, he was playing in the biggest hotel lounges, piano rooms and supper clubs in New York City. In the 1950s, he was a fixture at the Mermaid Room and he also played the Copacabana, the Latin Quarter, El Morocco and the St. Moritz. He was the regular pianist in the Oak Room at the Plaza from 1982 to 1990. Mr Fields remembered Ava Gardner dancing barefoot  to his Latin songs and Edward G. Robinson requesting Viennese waltzes.

He has made more than 80 albums, with an eclectic style that seemed to combine the Catskills, Manhattan, Miami and Havana. The owner of the Italian Steak House where Mr Fields performs says. “As long as his fingers perform, he will be playing here. He’s one of a kind. At 10:30 at night, when most people his age would be in bed, he’s going from table to table taking requests. I think it keeps him going.”

If you’re ever in New York and would like to hear Mr. Fields perform, you can find him at the upscale Italian Steak House, NINO’S on Central Park South.

I can’t teach you how to play piano like Mr. Fields, but if you’re looking for a way to own and operate your own business, and never have to worry about layoffs, companies downsizing or what you’re going to do after you retire, then you owe it to yourself to look into Mail Order as a way to “keep on working”

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