"This thing's begging to be on the radio. Smart and hard, soft and hearty, its full of water and fire". Those are the words of Music reporter C.A. MacConnell when she described Pete Dressman and the Soul Unified Nation's new album "The Current" in a March issue of City Beat. And that is exactly what to expect when you listen to "The Current" or when you see Pete and the S.U.N. live. Head banging, rolling on the ground, jumping all over the stage are common at their shows. But then the sound softens, and it is as if you have just ran into a sunny clearing after being on a mischievous trail through a jungle. Pete Dressman and the Soul Unified Nation want to take you on a ride that invites EVERYONE. And they hope people want to ride again. "There seems to be something in our band for everyone". Dressman says. "It is very apparent at our shows the diversity of people that like our stuff". Pete Dressman and the S.U.N. have toured with G. Love and Special Sauce and have opened for Big Head Todd and the Monsters, Tyrone Wells, and Jon McLaughlin. Dressman has also opened for Taylor Hicks and the Wood Brothers. Pete Dressman and the Soul Unified Nation have recently released their new album titled "The Current" on Feb. 2nd at The Madison Theater, where over 600 people were in attendance. Also their album was named to the Digstation.com's Best Sellers List for over three weeks. Songs from "The Current" have been played on radio stations all over the Cincinnati area and is regularly played on WNKU 89.7. The trio from the Cincinnati area has even started getting plays off their new CD in France!