Sarah Kirsch (musician)
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Sarah Kirsch (formerly known as Mike Kirsch; died December 5, 2012) was active in the San Francisco Bay Area hardcore and punk community from the mid-1980s until her death. She changed her name upon coming out as a transgender woman.
- The Skinflutes (guitar and backing vocals, 1988–89)
- Fuel (guitar and vocals, 1989–1991)
- Fifteen (second guitar on s/t 7", 1990)
- Silver Bearing (vocals on split LP with Moss Icon, 1990)
- Pinhead Gunpowder (guitar and vocals, 1990–1994)
- Sawhorse (guitar and vocals, 1991–1992)
- Navio Forge (guitar and backing vocals, 1993)
- John Henry West (guitar, 1993)
- The Stone Bullets (guitar and vocals, 1994)
- Torches To Rome (guitar and vocals, 1995–1996)
- Bread and Circuits (guitar and vocals, 1998–1999)
- Please Inform the Captain This is a Hijack (guitar/vocals/samples/beats, 2000–2003,2006)
- Colbom (guitar and backing vocals, 2001)
- Baader Brains (guitar, 2005–2012)
- Mothercountry Motherfuckers (guitar and vocals, 2010–2012)
- Rangitsch, Spencer (December 6, 2012). "For Sarah Kirsch…". Maximum Rocknroll. Retrieved December 6, 2012.
- "R.I.P. SARAH KIRSCH". GreenDay.com. December 6, 2012. Retrieved December 6, 2012.
- Missing Link Records: Please Inform The Captain This Is A Hijack
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