Rosie Thomas

Rosie Thomas may refer to:

  • Rosie Thomas (singer-songwriter), an American singer-songwriter, originally from Michigan, USA.
  • Rosie Thomas (writer), a British writer.

Other articles related to "rosie thomas, thomas":

Sufjan Stevens - Biography - Career
... winter holidays, Stevens recorded an album with Rosie Thomas and Denison Witmer playing banjo and providing vocals ... In April 2006, Pitchfork erroneously announced that Stevens and Thomas were having a baby together, but were forced to print a retraction ... Witmer and Thomas later admitted it was an April Fools' prank ...
Denison Witmer
... Witmer and Stevens appeared on Rosie Thomas's 2007 album These Friends of Mine, an album which included Rosie Thomas' version of Paper Doll, a track originally written and recorded by Witmer ... Witmer toured with Rosie Thomas in support of that album in venues across the US and Europe ...

Famous quotes containing the words thomas and/or rosie:

    Do not go gentle into that good night,
    Old age should burn and rage at close of day;
    Rage, rage, against the dying of the light.
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    Yet fairest blossome do not slight
    That age which you may know so soon:
    The rosie Morn resignes her light,
    And milder glory to the Noon:
    And then what wonder shall you do,
    Whose dawning beauty warms us so?
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