The Learning Station

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The Learning Station
OriginMelbourne, Florida, USA
GenresChildren's music
Years active1987–present
LabelsHug-A-Chug Records,
Hug-A-Chug Books and Don Monopoli Productions (US)
Websitehttp://www.LearningStationMusic.com/
MembersDon Monopoli
Laurie Monopoli
Jan Hrkach

The Learning Station is an American educational children's musical group, comprising the husband-and-wife team Don and Laurie Monopoli, and their friend Jan Hrkach.[1]

Laurie and Don Monopoli founded the group in Connecticut before moving to Melbourne, Florida in the late 1980s. At that time, Hrkach, who also partnered with Monopoli in a Brevard County recording studio, joined the group.[2] The group has released multiple albums, and performed across the US.[2] Group member Laurie Monopoli has an early childhood education degree, and develops the educational content of their concerts and recordings.[3]

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  1. ^ Peck, Penny (September 1997). "Rock 'N' Roll Songs That Teach", School Library Journal 43 (9): 167.
  2. ^ a b Oates, Sarah (20 October 1989). "Record studio owners prove they can cut it", Orlando Sentinel, p. F1.
  3. ^ Dollard, Alicia (14 July 1995). "For youngsters, Learning Station's just the ticket", Hartford Courant, p. B3.

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