Mount Gambier will host a performance by Australia’s home-grown heroes and ARIA Hall of Fame inductees Human Nature.
The band, formed in the late 1980s, are returning to their roots, bringing together 30 years of performances for a never-before-seen intimate, bespoke concert tour of the Australian heartland.
Human Nature will perform stripped back but the audience members will be dancing on their feet as they take a journey through their extraordinary career as one of Australia’s most loved and globally successful bands of all time.
Toby Allen, Phil Burton and brothers, Andrew and Mike Tierney will each share their favourite stories from the road and the recording studio as they delve into 30 years of history and friendship. Human Nature is one of Australia’s greatest musical success stories and exports.
The foursome has sold more than 2.5 million albums, earned 27 platinum awards, 18 top 40 hits and five top 10 hits worldwide. In 2019 each member of Human Nature was awarded the Medal of the Order of Australia (OAM), as well as being inducted into the ARIA Hall of Fame.
They dominated the Las Vegas strip for over a decade with their critically acclaimed residency at the prestigious The Venetian Resort, performing over 2000 shows. They celebrated 30 years as a band and released their brand new original single ‘Nobody Just Like You’ in 2020 from their upcoming ‘Good Good Life’ EP, due for release in 2021.
“We are so excited to have the opportunity to take our new show on the road, we have never performed like this, stripped back, along with some old school Human Nature thrown in,” Toby Allen said. “It will be so great to get back on stage in front of audiences and to towns we have not toured to in over 15 years.”
Human Nature will perform at the Sir Robert Helpmann Theatre on June 20.