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HUMAN NATURE, Australia's #1 pop vocal group with millions of albums sold worldwide, is storming America with their first-ever U.S. National tour, a new album release, The Motown Record, a spectacular PBS TV Special and a new DVD. The group will perform at the Morris Performing Arts Center on Sunday, March 25.
The chart-topping quartet and their seven-piece band, The Funk Foundation, is embarking on a U.S. tour this spring. "Human Nature: The Motown Show presented by Smokey Robinson" kicks off March 24 in Detroit and will travel to 33 U.S. cities. This outstanding evening of hit-driven entertainment features Motown's greatest music inspiring inspires audiences young and old to be "dancing in the streets" and the aisles. Tickets for all tour appearances go on sale to the public January 27. For complete tour schedule and ticket information, visit www.humannaturelive.com.
This cross-country tour follows the incredible success of the TV special, "Human Nature Sings Motown with Special Guest Smokey Robinson," which premiered in December 2011 on PBS stations nationwide.
The new Human Nature album, The Motown Record, (set for release March 6, UMe) is a classic yet modern take on the Motown hits that influenced generations, featuring songs originally made famous by artists like The Four Tops, The Supremes, The Temptations and Stevie Wonder. Human Nature brings their fresh soulful vocal style to classics like "Baby I Need Your Loving," "My Girl," "Uptight (Everything's Alright)," and "Stop! In The Name Of Love." Paying tribute to the Motown sound, Human Nature's distinctive and authentic performances of these ever-popular favorites represent everything audiences love about the songs, delivered by four supremely talented young men who sing and dance their way through the Motown hit list.