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Human Nature Australian Tour

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Human Nature are soon on tour in Australia for their 30th anniversary show, "A 30-Year Celebration
Tour 2019"and Phil Burton from the group spoke with Garrath & Gabe on Ballarat Today.

Phil discussed life in Las Vegas,the night Mike Tyson showed up back stage and favourite moments over the last 30 years!

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MELBOURNE Wednesday 1 May | Margaret Court Arena

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NEW SHOW – MELBOURNE Thursday 2 May | Margaret Court Arena
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Australia’s leading vocal group Human Nature have listened to the demand of loyal fans
eager to celebrate an amazing 30 years of music with them, by announcing two more shows
for Melbourne and Sydney.
The Little More Love tour will be the biggest live show ever produced by Human Nature and
will see Toby, Phil and bothers Andrew and Michael, perform a collection of iconic back
catalogue songs together with instant-hits from their new album Romance Of The Jukebox,
including their new original track, ‘Little More Love’.

Human Nature will be joined by musician and superstar Dami Im as a special guest on all
shows.
Phil Burton expressed how excited they group are to be coming home for the tour and
expressed gratitude to fans for their overwhelming support of the tour.
"We’re so excited to get the chance to perform a 2nd show on our “Little More Love” tour in
Sydney and Melbourne. The people in our home country have always been our favourites to
perform for, and there are none better than those in our home town of Sydney and our
adopted second home of Melbourne. 

In their 30-year career, Human Nature have sold more than 2.5 million albums, earned 27
platinum awards, scored 19 Top 40 hits and have had five Top Ten albums worldwide. They
have consistently appeared at the top of the charts for every decade they have been
performing. They’ve opened for Michael Jackson and Celine Dion’s global tours, sung for
Oprah and to a worldwide crowd of over 4 billion at the opening ceremony of the Sydney
2000 Olympic Games.