Lorelei Elise Bachman (/ˈbækmən/; born May 20, 1973) is a Canadian writer and songwriter.
Bachman is from Surrey, British Columbia, Canada. She is the daughter of Canadian rocker Randy Bachman of the classic rock bands The Guess Who and Bachman Turner Overdrive, and sister of pop musician Tal Bachman.
Bachman is of German, Scottish, Ukrainian and British descent. She accompanied her father and siblings to Germany for the CBC Genealogy program "Who Do You Think You Are?"
Bachman has written pop music for recording artists as well as thematic music for television and theatre. She co-wrote several selections for Koba Entertainment's Follow Your Berry Own Beat. Her music was also featured in the television series Edgemont.
Bachman is a published author. Her children’s book "Margo Madagascar" was published by Quarry Press in 2015 and featured at Word Vancouver 2016. Her second book, "Quiet Like Me" is soon to be released. Bachman is a regular column contributor for The Early Childhood Coalition. In addition, Bachman has written for print and online publications. She currently works as Social Media & Marketing Specialist for Vinyl Tap on CBC Radio One.
Bachman holds a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology and a Master of Arts Integrated Studies in Cultural Studies from Athabasca University. Her thesis: "My Story or Yours: Challenges, Criticisms and Collaboration in Native Autobiography by Non-Native Collectors" was published by Athabasca University Press and is featured on the Indigenous Studies program portal at the University of Saskatchewan. She also holds a DÉLF language proficiency diploma from the French Ministry of Education and a diploma in pâtisserie from Dubrulle International Culinary School now known as The Art Institute of Vancouver.
|2007||CBC Television||Who Do You Think You Are?|
|2015||Katie Chats with Katie Uhlmann||"Socan Music Awards"|
|2017||Farpoint Films||Documentary: Bachman|
|2013||CBC Radio Edmonton||"Follow Your Berry Own Beat - Promotional Interview"|
|2017||CBC Radio||"The Doc Project: Why I Left: Finding Freedom (under alias "Jane" )|
|2018||The Drew Marshall Show Drew Marshall||Lorelei Bachman on Mother's Day|
|2014||Athabasca University||My Story or Yours: Challenges, Criticisms and Collaboration in Native Autobiography by Non-Native Collectors|
|2015||Quarry Press||"Margo Madagascar"|
|2017||Anglotopia||Exploring WWII in the Channel Islands: A Day Trip to Guernsey|
|2018||Anglotopia||Midwifery in the UK: From Florence Nightingale to Call the Midwife|
|2018||Lethbridge Herald||Alberta Early Childhood Coalition: The Importance of Parent-Child Play.|
|2018||Lethbridge Herald||Alberta Early Childhood Coalition: Developing Emotional Maturity.|
|2018||Lethbridge Herald||Alberta Early Childhood Coalition: Get Outside Get Healthy.|
|2018||Lethbridge Herald||Alberta Early Childhood Coalition: Developing Social Competence.|
|2018||Lethbridge Herald||Alberta Early Childhood Coalition: Kids and Electronics Can be a Balancing Act.|