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June 15th Scotty and Co-writer Friends Instagram Live 7pm ET


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On Monday (June 15), I will be going live on the

 

at 7:00 PM ET (6:00 PM CT) for about an hour to perform a few songs and chat with a few of my frequent co-writers. Hope to see ya there!

 

 

LINK      https://www.instagram.com/americansongwriter/

 

 

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10 hours ago, tfortexas said:

Noticed Chris Pullar (the guy from England)  was on. 

 

Still hoping that Scotty's UK concerts 'hold' for October!!!

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1 hour ago, drdeb said:

 

Still hoping that Scotty's UK concerts 'hold' for October!!!

 

Me too ....friends have tix for Manchester and family for London.

 

From what i hear via emails etc things are starting open ....and they are all hoping by October there will be opportunities for concerts.

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40 minutes ago, buttons66 said:

 

Me too ....friends have tix for Manchester and family for London.

 

From what i hear via emails etc things are starting open ....and they are all hoping by October there will be opportunities for concerts.

I've been watching numbers there and elsewhere.  England has had a very large number of death percentages (13%)  while US only 5% of cases end in death.  Brazil % same as US, Mexico is at 11%.

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I have no science whatsoever to back this up, but I wonder if the percentages can be traced back (in part) to the fact that the USA and Brazil are huge countries with quite a few  lightly populated areas -- whereas the UK, Italy are pretty much heavily populated throughout.

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20 minutes ago, sinycalone said:

I have no science whatsoever to back this up, but I wonder if the percentages can be traced back (in part) to the fact that the USA and Brazil are huge countries with quite a few  lightly populated areas -- whereas the UK, Italy are pretty much heavily populated throughout.

Possible.  My theory is also the further from the source or epicenters the milder the cases.  Second and third generations might be weaker, producing more survivors.  imoo.   The early victims were hit hardest.  Of course pop. concentration is a factor in number of cases but I don't know if that affects the survival rates. 

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