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1. An R&B singer from the United Kingdom
2. A pop singer from Norway
Louise Gabrielle Bobb (born April 16, 1970, London) is an English singer who records under the name Gabrielle. She has a problem with one eye and in her career, has worn an eyepatch, a long sideswept fringe or more recently (post c. 2000) dark glasses to conceal her eye problem.
Her debut single "Dreams" topped the UK charts in June 1993. A sample of Tracy Chapman's "Fast Car" was requested but refused. The single entered the British charts at #2, which was the highest chart entry a debut act ever scored in the UK at that time. The following week it climbed to the top spot and spent the next three weeks there.
Using a sample from Bob Dylan's "Knocking on Heaven's Door", "Rise" became Gabrielle's second UK number one in 2000. The album of the same name also reached the topspot and even spent 87 weeks in the chart.
Other notable singles include "Give Me A Little More Time", "Walk On By" (a cover of the Burt Bacharach/Hal David classic), "If You Ever" - a duet with East 17 and "Out of Reach" from the soundtrack to Bridget Jones's Diary.
Gabrielle (Gabrielle Leithaug) is a Norwegian singer from Bergen.
She ended on 6 place in Norway TV 2s «X Factor» in 2009.
Signed by Universal Music in 2011, and got a "Summer hit" with her first single "Ring meg" (Call me).
Top SongsTotal plays on Last.fm over the last 6 months
- Dreams - 352,552 plays
- LyricsKnew the signs
I was stupid for a while
Swept away by you
And now I feel like a fool
- Rise - 208,157 plays
- Sunshine - 139,785 plays
- LyricsYou tried your best to show me
That you really cared
Said if there were days I was lonely
Just call you - you'd be there
You tried your best convinced me
- When A Woman - 76,116 plays
- Sometimes - 74,030 plays
- Out of Reach [Acoustic Version] - 47,375 plays
- Walk On By - 57,055 plays
- Should I Stay - 66,042 plays