Wednesday, February 10, 2010

A Stirling Engagement With Human Nature

Every now and again, Las Vegas becomes home to an unexpected hit show that leaves the audience breathless, on their feet, and applauding for more. "Smokey Robinson Presents Australia's Human Nature – The Ultimate Celebration of Motown" certainly qualifies.

"When an act gets the room shaking -- for real -- does it really matter what a reviewer says?" Mike Weatherford, reviewer for the Las Vegas Review-Journal, asked when the show opened last year, before it went on to being named the best new show on the Las Vegas Strip.

Human Nature — featuring Toby Allen, Phil Burton, Andrew Tierney and Michael Tierney — is best known as a popular Motown vocal group in Australia after gaining ground as a support act for Michael Jackson and CĂ©line Dion for their Australian and European tours in the late 1990's. By 2000, the band released a hit single that reached the Top 20 in the U.K. and a second best-selling single in Australia. Combined, they have 70 Top 40 hits and five Top 10 hits on the Australian pop charts.

In 2009, Smokey Robinson convinced them to come to Las Vegas, where they continue to rally audiences by word-of-mouth and stellar reviews. Find a sneak peek here.

This Feb. 18, Stirling Club members are invited to an exclusive engagement with Human Nature. The event begins with a champagne reception reception at The Stirling Club before being transported to the newly remodeled showroom at the Imperial Palace.

"I will be the host for the musical event you won't want to miss," said Kelly Clinton, entertainer and entertainment director. "I saw the show and I can't wait to see it again."

Immediately following the 7:30 p.m. performance, The Stirling Club has arranged a meet and greet with the talented quartet. It is a rare opportunity to shake hands, ask questions, get request autographs with these talented entertainers.

The meet and greet will not be the only opportunity to rub elbows with the group. They have a long history of hopping off the stage as they sing memorable renditions of songs, ranging from The Temptations to The Supremes.

While there are rumors the group will remain in Las Vegas for another two years while entertaining plans for a new album and tour toward the end of 2010, this is the best chance to see a live performance in Las Vegas with friends. Reservations for the event are required. The event is $40 per person (tickets are typically $60-$70).
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