Human Nature Reach Out To America
Since they signed with Sony in 1994, Human Nature have earned 23 Platinum Awards in their native Australia and have toured throughout the world. Their largest audience was at the Sydney Olympic Games in 2000 where they performed before 4 billion viewers worldwide. The band has had 17 Top 40 Hits and Five Top Ten Hits since 1996, has opened tours of Asia and Europe for both Michael Jackson and Celine Dion, and have won several Arias (Australia's version of the Grammy's) and virtually every other major entertainment award that country has to offer. Their last four releases in Australia have reached #1 on the charts there!
Now Human Nature has set their sites on America. Human Nature are launching their assault via a headlining run at The Imperial Palace Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, in a show presented by their mentor & friend Smokey Robinson. The show, billed as "The Ultimate Celebration of the Motown Sound" is running now through May, 2010. During their run, the boys will also be performing select dates in key US markets around national media and promotional activities.
Reach Out is a collection of songs from their last three studio themed recordings in tribute to some of the best songwriters and performers in Motor City - it is a tribute to the renown recording studio and record company that brought the sound of young America to the world. In Reach Out, Human Nature - Toby Allen, Phil Burton, Andrew Tierney,and Michael Tierney -pay loving tribute to the sounds that influenced their global success, and bring an infectious energy and their amazing vocal talents to the proceedings.
Reach Out I'll be There*
You Keep Me Hangin' On
Baby I Need Your Loving*
I Heard It Through The Grapevine
Get Ready w/Smokey Robinson
The Way You Do The Things You Do w/The Temptations
Stop! In The Name Of Love
You Are The Everything
Ain't No Mountain High Enough
Uptight (Everything's Alright)*
Dancing In The Street*
Ooo Baby Baby
Barnes & Noble Bonus Track:
River Deep Mountain High w/Mary Wilson of The Supremes
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