Monday, 29 September 2014


Due to a rescheduling of Human Nature’s new album release and promotional visit to Australia, which has had a knock on effect with their performance schedule in Las Vegas, Human Nature regrettably will be postponing their first ever London show. Human Nature’s first London show will now take place on 15th May at Eventim Apollo and all tickets already sold remain valid for the new date.
“We sincerely apologise for any inconvenience caused to our UK fans who have bought tickets for the November show.  We are very focused on making the Eventim Apollo show a highlight for our fans in May 2015.  We will be back bigger, brighter and full of excitement to bring our first London dates to you all very soon!” said Human Nature.
Smokey Robinson Presents Human Nature: The Motown Show features the dynamic harmonies of Human Nature, the four-piece vocal group consisting of Toby Allen, Phil Burton, and brothers Andrew Tierney and Michael Tierney, accompanied by their seven-piece band, The Funk Foundation, performing Motown's greatest hits, including Reach Out I'll Be There, Baby I Need Your Loving, Ain’t No Mountain High Enough, Please Mr. Postman, ABC, My Girl and Stop! In the Name of Love.
Human Nature formed in 1989 as a doo-wop group in Sydney. In 1995 they signed with Sony Music Australia and released their debut album Telling Everybody in 1996. The album was an instant hit, selling four times platinum, spawning five hit singles and in the process going on to become one of the most successful debut albums ever released in Australia. They became known as the Take That of Australia.  Human Nature opened for Michael Jackson on his 1996/97 HIStory Tour in Europe and Australia and, at the same time, for Celine Dion’s Falling Into You... Around the World Tour, followed by her Let's Talk About Love Tour in Japan and South Korea.  In 2000, the group had the honour of performing the Australian National Anthem at the Sydney Olympics.  25 years after first performing, the group now have 24 platinum awards to their name, having released ten albums and sold more than two million records in Australia alone.
Smokey Robinson became the group’s mentor and encouraged Human Nature to spread their career into the North American music market, believing in their vocal talent and showmanship.  In what has become a career milestone and now following over 1000 Las Vegas shows, Human Nature became the first Australian group to have their own headlining show in the performance mecca of Las Vegas, where they have played since 2009.  The group currently can be seen five nights a week at The Sands Showroom inside The Venetian Resort & Casino.

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