Jon Downs and Boutwell offered two different views when I asked if the band would rather be in a studio or onstage. Said Downs: "Recording is more satisfying on a creative level, and achieving a permanent, physical result is more satisfying," while Boutwell noted, "As a songwriter, recording can get more stressful as the time goes by, whereas live onstage the hard stuff is done and you can just be in the moment and make people happy."

THE BROTHER KITE @ the Rock & Roll Yard Sale | Sunday, October 3 (1-9 pm) | The Met, 1005 Main Street, Pawtucket | Free | 401.729.1005 | themetri.comthebrotherkite.com

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