Eve Selis has earned her fair share of honors—she’s won 7 San Diego Music Awards; the Jim Croce Award for Excellence in Music; May 31, 2008 was named Eve Selis Day by the city of San Diego; she was made an honorary Kentucky Colonel by the governor of Kentucky for her song “Russellville;” and in 2011 she played a benefit show with Tom Jones at Abbey Road Studios in London—but ask her what her greatest achievement is and she’ll say it’s the tens of thousands of dollars she’s helped raise for the numerous charities that are near and dear to her heart. Eve Selis is no stranger to Roots music. Her latest CD, See Me With Your Heart, (her 9th studio album), produced by GRAMMY-winner Kenny Greenberg (Allison Moorer, The Mavericks, Joan Baez), delivers 11 songs forged in the fires of physical, emotional and spiritual healing. Greenberg and his team of Nashville’s finest added a new dimension to Selis’ music, creating at once a vast sonic soundscape for her powerhouse vocals and a lush intimate backdrop for the most personal songs of her career. Eve and her family have recently moved to Nashville where she has begun work on her next CD project titled, Dark Sky Blue.