Human Nature Tickets
Human Nature Brings Motown Music to Modern Audiences
Human Nature have proved their staying power since releasing their first album twenty years ago. The Australian doo-wop band sells out shows around the world, and their recent releases are just as well popular as their early work. The band is currently wowing crowds in Las Vegas, bringing their throwback sound to the Strip.
Human Nature is currently performing regularly in the U.S.A. in Las Vegas, Nevada, on the famous Las Vegas Strip. They treat audiences to a Motown-themed show that showcases their doo-wop singing style and exquisite vocal harmonies. The vibe is upbeat, interactive and leaves audiences wanting more.
In a time where band in-fighting and lineup changes are all too common, the Australian group Human Nature met young, started their career together early, and are still going strong to this day. Drawing from their choir backgrounds, brothers and founding members Andrew and Mike Tierney teamed up with band mates Phil Burton and Toby Allen to represent their high school in a regional concert in Sydney in 1989. All of the band members were just 15 years old at the time, except Mike Tierney, who was only 12. After high school, Andrew Tierney studied physiotherapy and Burton wanted to be a music teacher; Toby Allen studied accounting and worked as a perfume salesman. Human Nature (initially called The 4 Trax) also did street performances and talent contests before starting to sing professionally in clubs in the early 90s.
Human Nature is an Australian pop vocal group comprised of brothers Andrew Tierney (vocals, keyboard) and Michael Tierney (vocals), as well as Toby Allen (vocals) and Phil Burton (vocals, keyboard and guitar). The band was first formed in 1989 under the name The 4 Trax while the members were still in school in Sydney, Australia, and they were originally a doo wop group. In the early 1990s, the group signed with Sony Music and renamed themselves Human Nature. Their debut album "Telling Everybody" was released in 1996. The band has charted a total of 17 hits on the Australian Top 40, with five songs hitting the Top 10.
Human Nature gradually built a following and hit their stride in the years following high school and eventually sent demo recordings to various record labels. When they were invited to visit the offices of the Sony CEO Denis Handlin, they performed the song "People Get Ready" a Capella; they were immediately awarded a recording contract with Sony. In 2008, Human Nature made their American breakthrough, performing in a two-month engagement in Atlantic City at the Tropicana Casino. The same year, they also performed on the television show "It Takes Two" with The Supremes' Mary Wilson. In 2009, Human Nature became the first Australian music group to land an ongoing resident act on the Las Vegas Strip.
Human Nature broke into the charts in 1996 with their debut album, Telling Everyone. The album gave them three hit singles, including "Wishes". The song hit #6 on the Australian charts and went platinum. Telling Everyone went triple-platinum in the year following its release, which led to the band touring with Michael Jackson.
Fans can always count on Human Nature tickets to provide them a fun, upbeat show that brings Motown to life. The band is well seasoned, and it shows in their tight performances, backed up by the power of a Las Vegas stage show. Their Las Vegas residency means little room for dancing in assigned seating, but the energy Human Nature bring to the stage never fails to get crowds going!
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