New album release for Human Nature

August 20, 2018

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Romance of the Jukebox and 30 years

together sparks 2019 Australian tour

By Shirley Broun

HOMEGROWN Aussie favourites and major success story Human Nature are back in Australia for two weeks to promote their new album `Romance of the Jukebox' which was released on August 17 and available from today. 

The group's members Toby Allen, Phil Burton, Mike and Andrew Tierney have been busy today making guest appearances on Sunrise, The Morning Show and The Daily Edition - much to the delight of their adoring fans.

"We will be appearing on everything you can imagine while we are here - TV, radio, in-store appearances and signings, as well as a one-off show at The Star in Sydney tomorrow night (August 21)," said Toby Allen.

Although their stay this time will be brief - just two weeks - the talented foursome will once again leave their ongoing residency at the Venetian in Las Vegas in April 2019 to mount an Australia-wide tour based on the new `Romance of the Jukebox' album called the `Little More Love - A 30 Year Celebration Tour'.

"We are celebrating 30 years together and a new album and we will be giving audiences some of the songs we have done throughout our career," said Toby.

"We will be delving deep into three decades together as a group to bring fans undoubtedly the biggest show of our career - we can't wait."

The album too, he said, had some incredible songs including the brand new original `Little More Love'.

"We are already preparing the production that will see our US band come to Australia and some additional talented Australian musicians set to join the production. We are also very excited to have the supremely talented Dami Im as our very special guest as well. Dami has joined us for a duet on Romance of the Jukebox," said Toby.

"In fact, we think all the tracks sound amazing and are excited for all our fans to hear the entire album."

You can catch Human Nature's Little More Love - A 30 Year Celebration Tour all over Australia on the following dates: Friday April 26, 2019 - Gold Coast Convention & Exhibition Centre, Gold Coast; Saturday April 27, Entertainment Centre, Brisbane; Monday April 29, Entertainment Centre, Adelaide; Wednesday May 1, Margaret Court Arena, Melbourne; Saturday May 4, Perth Arena, Perth; Monday May 6, AIS Arena, Canberra; Tuesday May 7, Entertainment Centre, Wollongong; Thursday May 9, Entertainment Centre, Newcastle; and Friday May 10, ICC Sydney Theatre, Sydney.

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