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You're hear hits like: "Poopie Diaper", "Stroller Patrol", "Don't Let Your Cars Idle" and "Studio Brew".
Our first CD features Jann Arden and Ron Sexsmith and is called, "Sho, Mo and the Monkey Bunch"
Our newest CD features Adam Gontier from Three Days Grace, Danny Michel and Jian Ghomeshi and is called, "POWER TO THE LITTLE PEOPLE".



The Juno nominated, MONKEY BUNCH are comic genius Shoshana Sperling, musician/songwriter Maury LaFoy and their musical friends – and they are here to change the way that you think of children’s music! Playing with a variety of musical stylings the MONKEY BUNCH engage kids with musicality and humour, while imparting fun but important educational messages about the environment. This high-energy concert will have kids dancing, rushing the stage and going BANANAS! THE MONKEY BUNCH is for parents who love music – and want their kids to do the same.
Shoshana Sperling is a Toronto writer/performer who has given us character-rich plays, television and live comedic monologues. Maury LaFoy is a musician/songwriter/producer who has played with Jann Arden, k-os, Sarah Harmer, Ron Sexsmith and Olivia Newton John.

“… one of the brightest, spunkiest, quirkiest kids’ records to have come along in a long while.”
~ Today’s Parent
“… a veritable romper-room of Sgt. Pepper-ed brass marches, honky-tonk nursery rhymes and monkey-funk… fun for the whole family, honestly.” ~ EYE Weekly
“…. the hilariously fabulous Shoshana Sperling and her partner in crime, The Supers’ Maury LaFoy, have done the impossible: created a kids’ album that’s actually great.” ~ **** (4 stars) NOW Magazine
“Children have always enjoyed hearing the music of previous generations. They’re going to LOVE this.”
~ Toronto Star
“The Monkey Bunch are like bananas for the soul! Witty, Zany, Magical!! .” ~ Jann Arden
“Shoshana and Maury have made a wonderfully musical kids album full of wit and charm without any of that ‘goofy’ aftertaste.” ~ Ron Sexsmith