Soul purpose


So if Kekaula absolutely had to choose between her band’s being remembered for their top-notch recordings and as a killer live act? “Each has a life of its own. My forte is the stage. I feel more the singer when I’m in front of people than in the studio. But I don’t think I could ever choose one — just like I could never choose between my husband and my daughter.”

Everyone else who’s been in a room that the BellRays have flat-out destroyed, however, knows there’s not really a choice at all.

BELLRAYS + ARCHITECTS + BALLS | T.T. the Bear’s Place, 10 Brookline St, Cambridge | May 25 | 617.562.8800

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