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LARRY LOVE ON LOCKED ON RADIO

Camden Calling is a social enterprise run collectively with homeless and ex-homeless people who put their problems aside to host live music events for a mainstream audience.  Every event is in part planned, promoted and produced by the Camden Calling members enabling them to use current skills while facilitating the development of new ones.

'Locked On Radio' is a collaboration between Camden Calling and Endell St Studios - a series of 12 themed radio shows, that ask the question "Why Are We Here?".  The production team for this show are all homeless and ex-homeless people with enduring issues that make them vulnerable in society.

For the latest episode, on the theme of 'Empathy', Alabama 3's Larry Love and Frankie Zapatista went along for an extended chat and to record a live track.

Listen on Sound Cloud here

(Alabama 3 interview begins at about 24:00)

 


Camden Calling's mission:
To improve the access homeless and vulnerable groups of people have to mainstream music / arts and popular culture; To create opportunities for our members to develop friendships, confidence, working relationships & transferable skills, engendering a sense of belonging. Camden Calling is a democratic organisation and member volunteers will shape the direction in which we grow. Having a say into the ways in which our profits are invested in them. Camden Calling is a project founded on the principles of empowerment and aspiration for change.