BACH, Belinda (June 16, 1979-Nov. 12, 2007) of Los Angeles, CA, singer, songwriter, classical guitarist, composer and DJ, survived by mother, Sharon Bach of Brevard, NC and brother, Jonathan Bach of Los Angeles, CA, preceded in death by father, Oz Bach of 60's pop group, Spanky and Our Gang. Other survivors include half-sisters, Kim Miller of Gainesville, GA, Sarah Hart Hipp, of Nashville, TN; half-brother, Phillip Hallman, of Texas; and cousin, Marie Rolf, of Los Angeles, CA. Belinda attended New World School of the Arts in theater in Miami, FL, Interlochen Arts Camp in Michigan, and NC School of the Arts in Winston-Salem. She studied photography at Santa Monica College, made frequent DJ appearances in Los Angeles and Phoenix, AZ and founded the Celebre Noir goth club in Greensboro, NC. She appeared in theater, musical theater and commercials and composed film music. Her albums include "Leaves of December" and "Ockham's Razor," released independently. Other achievements include first place in State Instrumental Competition, Federation of Women's Clubs of NC, 1997, first place, Indigo Girls/Scholastic Competition, 1995, honorable mention, Billboard Song Competition, 1989, first place, JEM Truly Outrageous competition, 1985. Funeral service will be at Hollywood Forever, 6000 Santa Monica Blvd. in Los Angeles, Monday November 19 at 8 p.m. (323-469-6349). Viewing will be from 6-8 p.m. before the service. Interment will be at Pisgah Gardens in Pisgah Forest, NC with arrangements by Moody-Connolly Funeral Home & Chapel in Brevard, NC, services to be announced later (828-884-2220). The family may be contacted by email, firstname.lastname@example.org or web pages belindabach.com or myspace.com/minuettnocturna.
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Published in Los Angeles Times on Nov. 18, 2007.