Australia’s Human Nature makes Motown proud – returning to their Las Vegas roots to celebrate MOTOWN’s 60th anniversary with their refreshed, energetic production, “AUSTRALIA’S HUMAN NATURE SINGS MOTOWN & MORE”. The dynamic show features a mix of classic MOTOWN, pop, soul and modern hits, including “Baby I Need Your Lovin’”, “Dancing in the Street”, “Uptight” and “Runaround Sue” five nights a week at the Sands Showroom inside The Venetian Resort Las Vegas. Whether it’s a crowd-pleasing boyband medley or jamming Juke Joint, audiences are always on their feet inside the Sands Showroom.
As the group gears up to celebrate MOTOWN’s 60th anniversary with their refreshed show, and they prepare for their own career milestone – their 10th anniversary as Las Vegas headliners – Robinson’s passion for the group remains strong as ever. “My guys – Human Nature – are making MOTOWN proud. They are a must-see show in Las Vegas”, says Smokey Robinson. “They are vocalists who truly know how to entertain, and I knew that they would be hugely successful here on stage in Las Vegas and wherever they perform live – be it in the US or back home in Australia where they continue to sell out arenas.”
In addition to their original MOTOWN show, their most recent production “Jukebox” has also been praised by critics and fans, with its broad musical offering and flawless production being declared “an incredibly addictive evening of entertainment” by Las Vegas Magazine. The late great Robin Leach called the show “an infectious, 90-minute, nonstop extravaganza of energy as the band belts out chart toppers with a Tyson knockout punch – it’s a winner the entire way.” TODAY show anchors Hoda Kotb and Jenna Bush exclaimed about Human Nature, “If you like good looks and smooth sounds, then you’re gonna love this hit Australian pop vocal group… they are amazing.” Television host and personality Carla Hall, who has seen numerous Human Nature shows, added: “They are one of the best vocal groups in the world… they are so incredible.”
And it’s not just critics who are singing the praises of this foursome. Fellow headliner and music icon Celine Dion has called Human Nature “wonderful vocalists who really know how to entertain a crowd.”