The name Mabel refers to at least three different artists:
1) Mabel Alabama Pearl McVey (born on 20 February 1996 in Málaga, Spain) is a British singer and songwriter, who is the daughter of Swedish singer Neneh Cherry and British record producer Cameron McVey. Mabel released her debut single, "Know Me Better", in 2015 and achieved mainstream success in 2017, when "Finders Keepers (feat. Kojo Funds)" peaked at number eight on the UK Singles Chart. In January 2019, she was nominated for British Breakthrough Act at the 39th Brit Awards and released "Don't Call Me Up", which became her biggest hit to date. Her debut studio album, High Expectations, was released on 2 August 2019.
2) Mabel were a Danish pop band formed in 1967 in Stenløse, Denmark. The band, then known as The Cops, was formed by guitarist Peter Nielsen, bassist Otto Kulmbak and drummer Christian Have. By 1975, when they released their debut single, "Toothpaste", they had changed the band name into Mabel. Later than year, the band was joined by lead singer Gert Magnus, who was soon replaced by Mike Tramp. The band is best known for having won the Danish National Song Contest 1978, thus representing Denmark in the Eurovision Song Contest 1978. Their entry, "Boom Boom", finished 16th out of 20 entries. Following several name and genre changes, as well as a failed attempt of breaking though in the US, they disbanded in 1983.
3) Mabel was an Italodance project, fronted by Italian lead singer Paolo Ferrali. They released their only album, Destination, in 2002. Italo dance artist, who released the album "Destination" in 2002. Their biggest hits were "Disco Disco" and "Bum Bum". Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.