Abigail is signed to America's #1 Dance Label, Groovilicious Music
She has been described as "A devastating diva with a difference" since she released "I Feel You" on All Around The World Records in 1992. "Could It Be Magic" on Klone Records, shortly followed and debuted at #1 on the U.K. NRG chart. After a taste of success, Abigail released a cover of K.D. Lang's "Constant Craving". This was her foray into the American dance scene. The single was so big that the import was #1 on Dance Music Authority's 'Hi-NRG' International Chart for 19 WEEKS! Her next release, a cover of REM's "Losing My Religion" brought Abigail additional critical acclaim in ten countries and firmly established her as a Hi-NRG dance artist in America. Following the cover song route, she then released the dance version of Nirvana's "Smells Like Teen Spirit". The single entered the UK national charts at #29 and peaked at #2 on D.M.A. Magazine 'Hi-NRG' Chart.
Abigail then released "Don't You Wanna Know", an original song from her debut album, "Feel Good", which included all of her hit singles and original material produced by Ian Anthony Stephens.
In 1995, Abigail performed at the Winter Music Conference in Miami where Abigail was nominated for 7 awards. In the same year she was awarded 'Best Female Vocal Performance' and 'Artist of the Year' by Dance Music Authority.
Klone Records then released "ABIGAIL - THE DOUBLE TAKE EP" This EP was made up of remixes taken from Abigail's "Feel Good" album sessions. The EP was remixed by Ian Anthony Stephens and includes new productions of the title track "Feel Good", "Constant Craving" and "Twist In My Sobriety".
In 1998, Abigail recorded material with Giorgio Moroder and Chris Cox in Hollywood. She also recorded with the Band Of Gypsies production team in London. Her first track on Pulse8 Records "Nightmoves" was released to UK and European markets.
After the demise of Pulse8, Abigail took some time off to have her first child, Ilana. She then signed to Interhit Records in Los Angeles and began production of new material produced by Chris Cox and Barry Harris of Thunderpuss 2000. "Let The Joy Rise", co-written by Janice Robinson (Livin' Joy) was a huge circuit anthem released in 1999. As a limited run release, the single had startling results. It reached #9 on the Billboard Club Play Chart, and charted on both DMA Club and Hi-NRG charts.
Abigail followed this up with a second single produced by Thunderpuss 2000 - "If It Don't Fit" on Groovilicious Music which reached #1 on the Billboard Club Play Chart and is now a huge dancefloor success. Additional mixes were by Eric Kupper & Mike Macaluso. This song has flung Abigail to the top of the club circuit where she tours constantly to devoted fans.