Bobby Caldwell was a soul/jazz singer, born in 1951, in New York City. Caldwell was born into a family heavily involved in the professional entertainment industry. Both of his parents were hosts of a popular local variety hour on television, called Suppertime, and this gained Caldwell many early experiences in both music and business. Caldwell is mostly known for his classic hit song, "What You Won't Do For Love", together with an album of the same name, though his career has produced many other fine works as well. He has garnered a cult status in the US throughout the years, but is considered legendary in Japan. He still maintains a regular live schedule.