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Human Nature

Discussion in 'Shows & Entertainment' started by LVfan, Sep 30, 2014.

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  1. LVfan

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    If you like Motown.............these 4 aussies deliver......saw them the past 2 July's

    hoping they are performing in January when I go with my husband and surprise him with tickets to see them

    LOVE them!
     
  2. GottaLuvCruising

    GottaLuvCruising High-Roller

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    They really do put on an excellent show! I've seen them 11 times, mostly in Las Vegas, but last month in Boston. Well worth your vacation time and money.
     
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    Ditto. Highly recommend them. We have seen them about 5 times and loved the show. They are a very talented and energetic group. We are seeing them again on our next trip later in October.
     
  4. tom.mckenzie

    tom.mckenzie Low-Roller

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    +1. Absolutely love the show. I love it enough to spend money at Venetian or Palazzo, whichever one it's at.
     
  5. bardolator

    bardolator Lifelong Low Roller

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    They're my wife's favorite Vegas act.
     
  6. REELmoneySlotFan

    REELmoneySlotFan High-Roller

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    Great, great show. Saw them 4 times, bought the signed cd's and DVD. We really love Motown and we were very reluctant to go the first time because 4 Aussies singing Motown songs didn't sound really inviting. When we finally decided to go see them we were so incredibly glad with our decision. We were sooooo wrong about them. They truly put up a great show and their voices are amazing. Will see them again in a couple of months!
     
  7. Barney Rubble

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    Saw them in May and loved the show. Do they change the show very often? We're going out again in December and wondered if it would be the same show.
     
  8. GottaLuvCruising

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    I'm seeing it for the 12th time in November, but unfortunately, they don't change the show often. There has been some minor tweeking over the years, but only major change was when they moved from IP to Venetian. I've seen them on tour twice (Boston & Ft Lauderdale) where the show was somewhat different. Had thought I'd pass this time because there are other shows I wanted to see, but Human Nature just fit perfectly into my last evening...and they are so good.
     
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    Human Nature is an awesome show, especially if you enjoy Motown music. They are great entertainers ... we have seen them twice.
     
  10. salukidean

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    You may be very lucky! I know they are planning a special holiday show to run the last couple weeks before Christmas and it should be spectacular.
     
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    +1 Great show and I think to see them again.
     
  12. zignerlv

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    I'll just cast my vote on this show. We saw it this year, in part due to all the praise I read online about it. I was very disappointed. It was very corny. It hit it's low when they started showing their home movies of when they were kids. When the audience stood for a standing ovation with the lights up, all I saw was rows and rows of grey hair standing in front of us. I don't want to offend anyone (just trying to help others that may be deciding if they want to see it), but I see it as something that I can understand older people would love. That is my opinion. (I have no doubt that now someone under 40 will chime in and say they love it. Yes, there will be exceptions). Again, my opinion.
     
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    Been many times.

    Took our mid-20's children. They were lovin the show. Really.
     
  14. GottaLuvCruising

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    Drat! I'd love to see their Christmas show! Booked this trip at the wrong time!
     
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    Older people really like this show because they grew up with Motown music and it brings back a lot of memories. The group itself is very talented and put on an amazing show...one of the best in Vegas IMO. If you're not a Motown fan it may not be for you.
     
  16. zignerlv

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    I love Motown music, but seeing it performed in a quasi barber shop harmonizing fashion by a bunch of Australian guys with no soul, does very little personally for me in terms of the true spirit of the music. I AM a fan of Motown, and the show is not for me.
     
  17. GottaLuvCruising

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    Have you actually seen them? Your description sure doesn't sound like Human Nature at all.
     
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    They may still have some of the "boy band feel" but that doesn't change the fact that these guys have incredible voices. Look at the early dance moves of the Temptations and the Four Tops and compare them to today's dance moves. Those guys didn't look all that flashy at that time if you compare them to today's standards. To each his own of course but I think Human Nature is doing a great job keeping those old motown songs alive.
     
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    We saw Human Nature at the old IP. The showroom, as many of us know, is old and dated. Dumpy actually. I remember enjoying the show so much and thought these guys deserve to perform in a better venue.

    And they did!! My wife and I wouldn't mind seeing them again.
     
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    Zignerlv does make a point. The boys are a little different, although "barbershop" is not appropriate. They are vastly more soulful than that. Perhaps the newer theater takes away a little of the old Motown feeling. Haven't seen the show there. Then again, since Motown had gotten big before most of us even knew about it, the dumpy, intimate IP room would be closer to the original atmosphere that what we got to see. I mean, by 1967, big acts like the Supremes and the Temptations weren't playing Leo's Casino (or your local version of that) any more.
     
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