Bobby Caldwell  (August 15, 1951 – March 14, 2023)

Bobby Caldwell is an American singer, songwriter, and musician born on August 15, 1951, in Manhattan, New York. He is known for his soulful and smooth jazz-inspired music, with hits including “What You Won’t Do for Love” and “My Flame.” Caldwell began his career as a drummer before transitioning to singing and songwriting.

He has released numerous albums throughout his career and has collaborated with other musicians. Caldwell’s music has been featured in films, television shows, and commercials. He continues to perform and record music, and his smooth vocals and timeless songs have made him a respected and beloved artist.