Bobby Caldwell, the American singer and songwriter, has passed away at the age of 71 on March 14, 2023. His wife, Mary Caldwell, announced on Twitter that he died at his home in Great Meadows, New Jersey, due to long-term complications of a toxic reaction to fluoroquinolones, a type of antibiotic. Caldwell was known for his hit R&B song "What You Won't Do for Love," which launched his career and was later covered by other artists. He also wrote songs that were recorded by well-known artists like Chicago, Boz Scaggs, Neil Diamond, and Al Jarreau. Caldwell was a prolific musician who explored various genres, including reggae, soft rock, smooth jazz, and standards from the Great American Songbook. His death is a significant loss to the music industry, and he will be remembered for his silky voice and contribution to music.