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Human Nature extend Vegas show for three more years

by Paul Cashmere on January 30, 2019

in News

Bankstown boys Human Nature have extended their Vegas run for a further three years.

Human Nature did their first Vegas show at the Imperial Palace (Linq Hotel) in 2009. In 2013 they moved to The Venetian. The new deal will keep Human Nature in Las Vegas until 2022.

“The news is out! We’ll be calling the Venetian home for another three years,” they announced on Facebook.

Human Nature formed in Sydney in 1989. The line-up then, Toby Allen, Phil Burton and brothers, Andrew and Mike Tierney, is still the line-up now.

The first Human Nature album ‘Telling Everybody’ was released in 1996. It sold three times Platinum in Australia and generated five hit singles with their first five singles.

The following year John Farnham awarded their talent with a duet on his song ‘Every Time You Cry’, a song he still does today in his live set.

Human Nature have now had 17 Top 40 hits in Australia. 10 of their 13 albums have landed Top 10 in Australia and they have had four number one albums.

Recently, all four members were awarded the Order of Australia in the Australia Day Honours.

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