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Red Rose Cotillion

Direct Phone: (215) ***-****       

Red Rose Cotillion

209 Ashby Road

New Ipswich, New Hampshire 03071

United States

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Red Rose Cotillion, Everything you ever wanted to know about one of Penn State's best rock bands from the early 1980s. ... more

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Although Budd had written and performed these songs with Arabesque, they took a whole new turn with RRC, which, with Ronald Farson Karp's driving rhythm and Jamie Thompson's blazing lead guitar, added that Red Rose Cotillion edge.


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Check out Blue Condition guitarist Jamie Thompson's personal and music website.
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Probably the #1 of the many, many great guitarists that influenced Jamie.
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Duane and Dicky changed everything for Jamie when he was 11 years old.


"Jamie Thompson, guitarist, Weber amp builder, Official Weber Speakers Dealer"

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After RRC broke up, Tom worked for a brief time in Pictures with Jamie, Roger and Ron, then began working as a studio engineer and produced or engineered several albums.


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In 1970, David met Jamie Thompson in their seventh grade Spanish class.
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While Jamie focused more on the rock'n'roll genre, David's music was more on folk oriented.
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The first musical interaction between David and Jamie occurred in the spring of 1974 when the two friends jammed at several house parties.
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In addition to Jamie and David on guitar, the band also featured Edna Shandleman on cello, Jeff Snyder on flute, Dan Kelly on bass and mandolin, and Ed Stanton on percussion.
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Although the Treetoads only performed twice in public (Bucks County Community College and the Neshaminy High School Spring Arts Festival), the partnership between Thompson and Young formed the nucleus of what eventually became Red Rose Cotillion.
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During the summers of 1977 and 1978, David and Jerry worked with Jamie on writing and performing original music.
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Then, in the spring of 1980 Jamie moved to State College for good, and Red Rose Cotillion morphed into a full-fledged rock'n'roll band. See the History of RRC for more details.
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In 1985, when Jamie Thompson moved from Santa Cruz, California to Pittsburgh, David, Budd, and Jamie formed a new incarnation of Red Rose Cotillion and produced After the Flood , which included several legacy RRC songs such as "Wind," "Running Free," and Jamie's song "Nomad.
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In 1985, when Jamie Thompson moved from Santa Cruz, California to Pittsburgh, David, Budd, and Jamie formed a new incarnation of Red Rose Cotillion and produced After the Flood , which included several legacy RRC songs such as "Wind," "Running Free," and Jamie's song "Nomad.

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