Please join The Reserve for Wendy Kaneko and her trio, plus the music of Alan Maskell. This is an evening of uplifting, original music!
Free admission. Rain or shine!
Happy hour specials on select craft beers and wines! New house wines by the glass for $6.50 (both reds & whites). Please also checkout our incredible craft beer line-up (taps, bottles, and cans.) Light bites available.
ABOUT WENDY KANEKO
Wendy Kaneko is a singer/songwriter from Portland, Oregon who writes poetry and sings songs from the heart! She now resides in South Venice, Florida where she spends time writing songs and gardening.
Florida’s beauty has been an inspiration for many of Wendy’s recent songs!
Wendy sings and plays guitar with a passion that moves people and also speaks for many women today. Her voice comes from the depths of her life experience! There will be some sassy songs too that will empower people! Friends will join her on stage to accompany her on guitar and voice!
Rico Bloomquist on percussion and Kate Bloomquist on bass will add a beautiful rhythmic sound that is sure to capture your heart!!!
Also performing on this evening is Alan Maskell…
ABOUT ALAN MASKELL
Alan Maskell is a British Singer Songwriter who has been living in Venice ,FL for the last four years . Alan grew up in Bath, before moving to rural Oxfordshire where he played for many years in both the original band Ulterior Motives and the occasional solo acoustic show .
Alan’s music is difficult to categorise , but his songs often tell stories of travel, growing up in the UK, or a commentary on world issues , set to gentle folk , rock or reggae backings.
Alan has produced a number of solo albums and released his latest album Harvey in 2018.
APPROACH INFORMATION (Due to Construction on 41):
Sarasota is currently installing a roundabout at 14th Street and 41 South and has eliminated left-hand turns if you are headed southbound toward Sarasota Downtown. You can avoid construction and easily get to The Reserve if you are southbound by turning left at the lighting store (Light Up Your Life) and heading South on Cocoanut to a right-hand turn on 14th Street. You can still make a right-hand turn onto 13th Street or 14th Street, if you are headed North from the South and/or Downtown.
We have 100 parking spaces to the South of our location, at West Indies (1312 N. Tamiami Trail) and after 5 pm, at the Center for Arts & Humanity (1226 N. Tamiami Trail), also directly south of our building. Parking is also: 1) In The Reserve lot (concrete spaces or spaces on the pebbles), 2) On-site in our designated parking area at the intersection of 14th and 41 (follow the small brown Reserve sign). All are a very short walk to The Reserve.