Bobby Caldwell (born August 15, 1951 in New York, New York) is an American singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist who, despite a prolific musical output over his more than 25-year career, is still best known for his 1978 hit single "What You Won't Do for Love." While he has always maintained a devoted fan base in the United States, a more legendary status has been bestowed upon him in Japan.
Bobby Caldwell was born in Manhattan to Bob and Carolyn Caldwell, the hosts of Suppertime, an early television variety show. Living in Memphis and, chiefly, Miami (which he has called an influential "dumping ground" for all kinds of music), he took up piano and guitar as a preteen. Forming his own band at 17, he took the group on the road, later recording an album entitled Kathmandu.
Caldwell's first performances were more rock-oriented than the bulk of his career would indicate; early dates had him playing Jimi Hendrix and Cream covers in small clubs.
Track listing: Street of DreamsYou Go to My HeadAngel EyesDon't Worry 'Bout MeBeyond the SeaI Concentrate on YouAll the WayStuck on YouI Get a Kick Out of YouTomorrowThe Girl I Dream AboutSmile http://www.bobbycaldwell.com/