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article imageHuman Nature launches 'Jukebox' residency in Las Vegas

By Markos Papadatos     May 7, 2016 in Music
Australian vocal group Human Nature has announced their newest "Jukebox" residency at The Venetian in Las Vegas in Nevada.
Human Nature been known around the world for their unique harmonies, memorable vocals and their captivating live shows. Their latest show, "Jukebox," made its debut on Thursday, April 21, in Las Vegas, and it was well-received by fans and critics.
"We're incredibly excited to be doing this brand new show in Las Vegas. We are all so proud of this show and celebrating with our partners, VIP guests, family and fans was so especially rewarding and fun," Andrew Tierney from Human Nature exclaimed in a press statement. He noted that the group is very thankful to be performing in the "incredible city" of Las Vegas.
Their "Jukebox" production at The Venetian mixes classic pop tunes from their catalog with doo-woop, as well as other musical genres including Motown and soul. During their show, fans can expect to hear their cover versions of such hits as "Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow," "Stand By Me," "Unchained Melody," "Dance to the Music" and "Under the Boardwalk."
Most recently, they paid homage to the late music legend Prince, by covering "The Most Beautiful Girl in the World."
Aside from Tierney, Human Nature is comprised of such musicians as Toby Allen, Phil Burton and Mike Tierney. They are backed by a seven piece band, as well as world-class dancers.
For more information on Australian's top-selling vocal group Human Nature, check out their official Facebook page.
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