Las Vegas show Human Nature: When famed songwriter Smoky Robinson first heard pop sensation Human Nature’s a cappella rendition of his enduring classic “Ooh Baby Baby,” he realized the untapped potential of a fusion of their sonic graces and the soul-searching harmonies of Motown.
“Smokey Robinson Presents Australia’s Human Nature — The Ultimate Celebration of Motown” is the result of mutual admiration and boundless talent, and a Las Vegas show that proves that diversity makes us stronger.
The newly remodeled The Linq Theater sets the stage for Human Nature’s perfect pitch and tone, as they deliver a Las Vegas show honoring Motown’s emotional classics with the same acoustic proficiency that earned them legendary status in their home country and abroad. The Las Vegas show is complemented by a live band, an elaborate set and an ingenious light show designed by Yves Aucion, renowned for his illuminating work on Celion Dion’s “A New Day.” The premium sound system has been tailored in painstaking detail to properly project the quartet’s beautiful voices.
True talent recognizes its peers, and Smoky’s own words are quite telling: “I grew up with Motown where the standard for talent was so high. When I saw these guys I was blown away.” You will be too. Without special effects or audio enhancements, Human Nature puts on a Las Vegas show with an established reputation for the purity of their vocals and the amazing kinship their sound shares with that of Smokey’s legacy. Sometimes singers and songs were made for each other, and when they finally find a common venue, magic is the inevitable result.