Imperial Palace act infuses Motown with Australian twist

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Motown meets the Land Down Under in "Smokey Robinson Presents Australia's Human Nature: Ultimate Celebration of Motown," featured six nights a week in the Imperial Palace's remodeled, 653-seat showroom.

The act features Human Nature, a doo-wop group formed in Sydney in 1989 and consisting of Toby Allen, Phil Burton, Andrew Tierney and Michael Tierney. The singers are backed by a band.

Signed to Sony Music in 1994, the group released their debut album, "Telling Everybody," a year later, selling 4 million copies and becoming the most successful debut album ever released in Australia. Human Nature has opened Celine Dion and Michael Jackson and in 2000 performed the Australian national anthem at the Sydney Olympics. They released their fourth consecutive No. 1 album, "A Symphony of Hits," last year.

"Human Nature has certainly proven that they have the talent to perform with some of the biggest names in the music business, and we are excited to bring them to a Las Vegas stage," said Don Marrandino, president of Imperial Palace. "The Imperial Palace Showroom has been upgraded with a top-of-the-line sound system that will really highlight the guys' incredible voices."

The show, which features renditions of the Motown music label's greatest hits, runs Saturdays through Thursdays at 8 p.m. Tickets are $59.52 for main-floor seating and $70.52 for VIP seating. For tickets or more information, call (702) 492-3960.

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