Human Nature’s Andrew Tierney has revealed his hopes for the band, after they were inducted into the ARIA Hall of Fame last month. The 45-year-old told The Daily Telegraphon Saturday that he hopes the band can continue to perform for another 30 years, after celebrating three decades in the industry. ‘I would love to still be doing what I love in 30 years,’ Andrew told the publication. ’I would love to still be doing it in 30 years!’ Human Nature’s Andrew Tierney (far right ) revealed at the weekend his hopes for the band after they were inducted into the ARIA Hall of Fame ‘Maybe we will be doing the dance moves but I don’t know 30 years from now.’ RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next ‘Did they thank Botox?’ Human Nature are mocked for their… The Byron Bay busker who made big! Tones and I cleans up at… Human Nature’s Phil Burton reveals why he credits former… ARIA Awards to induct vocal group Human Nature into the Hall… Share this article Share He added that he enjoys ‘making people happy with music.’ ‘I would love to still be singing and making people happy with music and still feel passionate about it, I… Read full this story
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