Human Nature entertained international Rotarians in Sydney

Photo: Teneal Morley

Photo: Melanie Suzanne Wilson 

Human Nature opened the Rotary International Convention in Sydney for a diverse audience. Volunteers from around the globe were entertained by Australia's favourite Motown singers. The Allphones Arena was filled with excited Rotarians from all ages and nations. 

The boys took a break from their Vegas shows to help their home country. Andrew and Mike Tierney, Phil Burton and Toby Allen sung Motown classics. This group represented Australia perfectly as always. Human Nature performed for the 2000 Sydney Olympic Games, and the Australian television filming by Oprah (according to their official web site). The boys grew up in a suburb close to Olympic Park. So this gig was right at home. What a perfect way to present Australia to the Rotary world. 

Human Nature are both retro and modern. Their songs are fun retro tunes anyone can dance to. The audience were encouraged to sing and dance along. The lucky audience member Sarah sung on stage to My Girl. The boys wandered through the auditorium to include everyone. 

But they also adopt modern use of social media. Their blog updates fans on the latest events. The Facebook page asks questions from fans, listening to their views. Highlights of their Rotary concert feature on Instagram. The boys acknowledged sponsors for the privilege of travelling to Australia. They wrote on Twitter, "Back in our happy place - @QantasAirways lounge at LAX on our way to Sydney for the Rotary convention. Thanks Qantas - we love you! #ricon14."  

Thank you to Rotary International for bringing quality music to this iconic convention. 

Photo: Melanie Suzanne Wilson 


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