Australia's original boy-band Human Nature celebrate 30 years with national tour in 2019

Human Nature during a concert in 2015. Picture: Simon Schluter
Human Nature during a concert in 2015. Picture: Simon Schluter

When all the other harmonised Australian boy-bands of the ‘90s look back at the career we had, one foursome is still shining.

Human Nature (Toby Allen, Phil Burton, and brothers Andrew and Michael Tierney) are celebrating 30 years of entertaining the masses with a 2019 national tour of capital cities plus Wollongong, Newcastle and the Gold Coast.

“We started this group as young men, to be honest thinking back about it we were pretty naïve and courageous, we were just young guys doing something we loved passionately,” Toby Allen said.

“We’ve pretty much grown up alongside our fans and to see them bring their kids, the next generation of fans, to the show, is something we love.”

The tour on home soils comes fresh from a residency in Las Vegas where the group performed more than 1,770 shows. It also coincides with the release of their latest album Romance of the Jukebox.

Across their career some of Human Nature’s accolades include 27 platinum albums, four number 1 albums in Australia, 10 to 10 albums in Australia, 19 Top 40 singles in Australia, five Top 10 albums worldwide, and 14 sold out national tours.

The “Little More Love” tour will be the biggest live show Human Nature has ever produced, and will have reality television starlet Dami Im along as the support act.

Human Nature, ‘A Little More Love’ tour, WIN Entertainment Centre, Tuesday May 7.

Pre-sale tickets on sale now, general public tickets available August 20 from