Human Nature - Here and Now Tour 2002


Date Venue Status
Sat 02 Mar, 2002 Royal Theatre, Canberra
Sun 03 Mar, 2002 Concert Hall, QPAC, Brisbane
Wed 06 Mar, 2002 Perth Concert Hall, Perth
Fri 08 Mar, 2002 State Theatre, Sydney
Sun 10 Mar, 2002 Civic Centre, Newcastle
Tue 12 Mar, 2002 Palais Theatre, Melbourne
Wed 13 Mar, 2002 Palais Theatre, Melbourne
Fri 15 Mar, 2002 Derwent Entertainment Centre, Hobart
Sun 17 Mar, 2002 Victoria Park Racecourse, Adelaide

The Frontier Touring Co. are very proud to announce that Australia's very own and much loved vocal group Human Nature will be performing live around the country this March for their HERE AND NOW TOUR 2002, with very special guests Bardot. Human Nature has been a household name ever since their 1997 debut album TELLING EVERYBODY stormed up the Australian charts achieving phenomenal success, including more than four times platinum sales.

Human Nature's incredible vocal talents have been admired and recognised by both Australian and International superstars. John Farnham gave the band a huge thumbs-up when he approached them to record the hugely successful track 'Everytime You Cry'. Then after their special guest appearance on Celine Dion and Michael Jackson sellout European tours, Human Nature made such an impression they were also asked to support their respective Australian tours.

In 1999 their second album COUNTING DOWN went to No.1. Once again the boys were in huge demand touring with their good mate Farnham on his "I Can't Believe He's 50" tour and joining the cast of the musical HAPPY DAYS. The year 2000 saw Human Nature return home from recording their third album in London, to fulfil their dream of performing at the Opening Ceremony of the Sydney Olympic Games.

The first single from the self-titled album 'He Don't Love You' hit the top 3 and reaffirmed the group's decision to broaden their sound. Human Nature bid goodbye to phase one of their career and greeted phase two with their fourth album HERE AND NOW - The Best of Human Nature. The four members of Human Nature: Andrew Tierney, Michael Tierney, Phil Burton and Toby Allen, maintain their passion for singing and making music. They are focused on their desire to join the likes of Kylie Minogue in pushing the boundary for the live performances of Australian pop.

Human Nature gave a hint of their ideas for a new live show when they performed at the Rumba festival. Fans of Human Nature are not the only ones excited about their return to the stage "It's been about 18 months since we had a big tour and it's time to get back out to see the fans" says Andrew Tierney. Equally impressive is Australia's hottest girl group Bardot who continue to assault the charts with the release of their second album 'Play It Like That".

The album is the follow-up from the highly successful and multi-platinum self titled 'BARDOT' album; which featured hit singles 'Poison', 'I should've Never Let You Go' and 'These Days'. Australian music fans are in for a treat this March, The HUMAN NATURE - HERE AND NOW TOUR, 2002 with special guests BARDOT will be a concert not to be missed. Supporting them will be Shakaya and Gemini.

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