Abigail (singer)

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Abigail Zsiga @ Gay Pride Pittsburgh.jpg
Photo taken in Pittsburgh, June 11, 2011
Background information
Birth nameAbigail Zsiga
GenresHi-NRG, electronica, house, breakbeat
Occupation(s)Singer-songwriter, dancer, painter
InstrumentsGuitar, piano
Years active1992–present
LabelsKlone, ZYX, Groovilicious, Carrillo, Performance Anxiety, Eden, Water Lily
Associated actsLove Decade, 10 Monkeys, DJ Bill Bennett, Peter Barona, Bill Bouvier, Rod Carrillo

Abigail (full name Abigail Zsiga) is an English electronic music artist. She began her career with the song, "I Feel You", released in 1992.[1] Since "Could It Be Magic" hit the #1 slot on the British NRG chart, she has been a mainstay on the Hi-NRG Chart as well as the US Hot Dance Music/Club Play chart.


She is known for her Hi-NRG covers of popular songs on both sides of the Atlantic. Some of those are k.d. lang's "Constant Craving", Nirvana's "Smells Like Teen Spirit", and R.E.M.'s "Losing My Religion". Abigail's debut album, Feel Good was released in 1995, on the UK based label, Klone Records. The latter also became a Top 40 club hit for Rozalla in 1995. Abigail's 1999 hit single, "Let the Joy Rise", was produced by the production duo, Thunderpuss. In 2000, she hit #1 with her song "If It Don't Fit" also produced by Thunderpuss. She had a second #1 in 2001 with "You Set Me Free". In 2003 Abigail released "Falling" which peaked at #9. After "Falling", she released "Songbird", which was remixed by DJ DoNut and was available as a digital download. After which, Abigail decided it was time for a change and added her last name to her recordings.

She released Home...Again in 2005.

In 2006, she lent her vocals to the 10 Monkeys' album Lay Down. Then in 2009, she was featured on the DJ Bill Bennett's album, Forever Young.

Her 2010 album, Be Still My Soul, is a collection of hymns including "Amazing Grace", "How Great Thou Art" and "Be Still My Soul".

In 2013, she makes a return to the dance scene with "Surrender" (Bouvier & Barona featuring Abigail) after a brief hiatus.

Abigail is also a supporter of the international human rights organization, Love146.




Other music[edit]

  • "AM Radio" (released to iPod Street Team Winner)
  • "In Spite of You" released to iPod Street Team Winner
  • "You Came (Rehearsal)" released to iPod Street Team Winner
  • "Magical Make Believe" never released, leaked on the internet by the producer by mistake
  • "That's Where I'll Be" never released, clips of the song were available on her website
  • "You Set Me Free (acoustic)" released to people who joined her mailing list in fall/winter 2010

See also[edit]


  1. ^ Torreano, Bradley. "Biography: Abigail". Allmusic. Retrieved 18 October 2010.[dead link]

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