The previously announced SMOKEY ROBINSON Presents Human Nature: The Motown Show at London’s Eventim Apollo has been rescheduled for 15 May 2015. All tickets sold remain valid for the new date.
“We sincerely apologise for any inconvenience caused to our UK fans who have bought tickets for the November show. We are very focused on making [...]
Walking across the stage of the Apollo with the lights out and the theatre empty would be a thrill for any musician or fan. Now imagine playing in front of a packed crowd, flanked by legends like the Isley Brothers and current stars like Joss Stone, to celebrate the 80th birthday of the legendary Harlem [...]
There are places to play, and then there are places to play, and the legendary Apollo Theatre in Harlem is one of the latter. The boys of Human Nature found that out when they played at the world-famous venue’s amazing 80th-anniversary party. The Apollo has always been a place where taste-makers and record execs rubbed [...]
One of the things the members of Human Nature are most proud of is getting to play a small role in keeping the spirit and legacy of Motown music alive. With every show—be it in Vegas, back home in Australia, or the small towns on the group’s recent U.S. tour—Andrew, Michael, Phil, and Toby get [...]
For as often as we describe Human Nature as a quartet, anyone who has ever seen the group’s Motown show will know that it takes far more than four people to pull off a nightly spectacular of this magnitude. There’s the stagehands, sound and lighting technicians, management, security, the staff at the Venetian, and perhaps [...]
It was 1999, the height of boy band hysteria—and Y2K paranoia. Seemingly the last thing that would be on anyone’s mind was a TV sitcom from more than two decades in the past. But as the fates would have it, the 25th anniversary celebration of the classic American show Happy Days had found its way [...]
On August 6th, Human Nature’s mini summer tour of the U.S. Eastern seaboard kicked off with a set at the Palace Theatre in Waterbury, Connecticut. By the time the tour concludes on August 17 in Boston, the boys will have played nine shows in five cities. It certainly won’t surpass the most miles they’ve ever [...]