Thursday June 4th – Michael Franti & Spearhead and See-I at Fillmore Silver Spring, MD

Thursday June 4th, 2015
Fillmore Silver Spring presents



8pm – All Ages
Tickets on sale now:

The Fillmore Silver Spring
8656 Colesville Rd
Silver Spring, MD

See-I’s “Queen of Sheba” Music Video feat. Edy Blu is Out Now!!

“Queen of Sheba” featuring Edy Blu
by See-I
from Knowledge Shine Bright LP

Official Music Video
December 2014

The Queen of Sheba was rumored to be one of the most beautiful and powerful women in ancient history when King Solomon married the Abyssinian ruler. Whether this legend is true or not does not matter anymore, as See-I has produced an amazing music video, which captures the essence of this mythic beauty. The track “Queen of Sheba”, released on Fort Knox Recordings, is from See-I’s 2014 album, Knowledge Shine Bright and features local chanteuse Edy Blu on vocals alongside with See-I’s front men Rootz and Zeebo Steele.

Directed by Bryan Eckerson, the music video was shot and produced on various locations throughout the Washington, DC area. Included in the video are scenes of See-I at the Eighteenth Street Lounge, where the band has performed each and every Wednesday night since early 2006. In fact, it was in the now defunct recording studio at the Eighteenth Street Lounge where Eric Hilton and Rob Garza first enlisted Rootz and Zeebo as vocalists when they created the world famous downtempo super groupThievery Corporation.

Edy Blu is no stranger to the See-I massive, having performed with the band as one of the opening singers for several years now, and also recorded the hit track “Queen of Sheba” earlier this year. Edy Blu brings natural style and grace to her vocals on the track and to this luscious music video, which blends nature, reggae and beauty together in an ethereal vibe. See-I has always been a family affair, and Zeebo’s son Salem Steele was the main production force behind this solid track. See-I guitarist Rob Myers (who also plays with Fort Knox Five and Thievery Corporation) design the title and credit graphics for the video. Always important to the See-I massive is the importance of fun and uplifting music, which elevates the listener to a higher level, and this track has an added level of cultural references, as Zeebo says, “It’s the Queen of Sheba from the storybooks…”

New Year’s Eve with See-I in DC at the 18th Street Lounge!!

Eighteenth Street Lounge presents
ESL NYE 2015

Doors at 9pm
21 & Up Only

Door Pressure: $20
Complimentary Midnight Toast

Reservations Available:

Eighteenth Street Lounge
1212 18th St NW
Washington, DC 20036

Friday December 12th – See-I and The Evokatones at The 8×10 – Baltimore

Updated SEE-I Poster

Easy Beat Productions Inc. presents

(ft members of Thievery Corporation Live Band)
Fort Knox Recordings – Washington, DC

The Evokatones
Baltimore, MD

Doors at 8pm
$13 Advance/$15 Day of Show

Buy Tickets here:—evokatones

RSVP & Invite Friends on Facebook:

at The 8×10
10 E Cross St
Baltimore, MD 21230

See-I live at Aisle 5 in Atlanta on Saturday November 15th

SEE-I live at Aisle 5
Atlanta, GA
Saturday November 15th, 2014

RSVP & Invite your Friends on Facebook:

$10 Tickets on sale here:

Saturday, November 15th, 2014
$10 adv / All Ages


The story begins with two brothers, Rootz and Zeebo, who found their way from college in North Carolina via the Caribbean only to end up in Washington, DC. It was in the cultural melting pot of the Nation’s capital that they developed their creative and musical talents. In the heady days of the late 1980s, the brothers Steele would launch the project that has defined their lives: See-I. They quickly became a fixture of DC’s burgeoning Reggae scene crossing paths with Reggae aficionado Eric Hilton who was determined to include them in his future projects. Hilton was opening the Eighteenth Street Lounge and associated record label, and brought Rootz and Zeebo on board. Throughout the 90’s and into the coming millennium they would go on to record, perform and tour with Thievery Corporation.

Then in 2005 Zeebo and Rootz started a regular Wednesday night gig at the Eighteenth Street Lounge that would see them coalescing one of the greatest live bands the city has ever seen. Slowly gathering momentum, guest musicians and members – from the Thievery Live band and the Chuck Brown band amongst others – the See-I live band would grow into a nationwide touring phenomenon, and are now considered one of America’s premier Reggae party bands.

See-I’s unique blend of classic roots reggae with a good blend of funk and soul has rocked dance floors from coast to coast. The deep experiences & influences of this 8-piece group have created a sound popular sound at ski resorts, beach towns & concert halls alike. Eric Hilton of Thievery Corporation even said, “They’re unique musically and I think that’s why people gravitate to them so much”. See-I is original roots, rock reggae from the nation’s capital!