Mary Caldwell, Wife Of Bobby Caldwell
Who is Mary Caldwell?
Mary Caldwell is an American celebrity wife of Bobby Caldwell.
She was an ex-business manager at AT&T Global Services.
Bobby and Mary married in 2004.
As stated on her LinkedIn profile, Mary hails from Great Meadows, New Jersey in the United States and holds a Marketing degree and an MBA from Seton Hall University, situated near Manhattan. Following her academic pursuits, Mary also took on the role of a professor at her alma mater.
Mary’s professional experience includes a commendable 22-year tenure as a Business Manager at AT&T Global Services, starting from 1983. She currently holds the esteemed position of Vice President at Bobby Caldwell Entertainment LTD.
Death News Of Bobby Caldwell
At the time of his passing, the pair lived on a horse farm in New Jersey with their children.
On March 15, 2023, a statement was posted on Caldwell’s official Twitter account regarding his death, writing: “Bobby passed away here at home. I held him tight in my arms as he left us. I am forever heartbroken.
“Thanks to all of you for your many prayers over the years. He had been ‘FLOXED,’ it took his health over the last 6 years and 2 months. Rest with God, my Love. -Mary Caldwell”
About Bobby Caldwell
Bobby Caldwell was an American singer, songwriter, and musician who was born on August 15, 1951, in Manhattan, New York.
He died on March 15, 2023 His death was announced the following day by his wife, who stated on Twitter that “Bobby passed away here at home. I held him tight in my arms as he left us. I am forever heartbroken. Thanks to all of you for your many prayers over the years.” According to Regenerative Medicine LA, Caldwell’s health had declined after suffering severe side effects from fluoroquinolone.
He is best known for his smooth, soulful vocals and his ability to blend elements of jazz, R&B, and pop into his music.
Caldwell began his music career in the 1970s and released his debut album, “What You Won’t Do for Love,” in 1978. The album was a huge success and spawned the hit single of the same name, which has since become a classic.
Throughout his career, Caldwell has released over 20 albums and has collaborated with a variety of other musicians, including B.B. King, Al Jarreau, and Amy Grant. He is also a prolific songwriter, having penned hits for artists such as Chicago, Neil Diamond, and Boz Scaggs.
Career Of Bobby Caldwell
Born in Manhattan and raised in Miami, Florida, Bobby Caldwell was exposed to a diverse range of music styles such as reggae, R&B, Latin, and Haitian. He began playing the piano and guitar at the age of 12 and was drawn to rock and roll, jazz, and rhythm and blues. Caldwell’s first career break came as a rhythm guitarist for Little Richard in the early 1970s, after which he went solo.
After spending six years in Los Angeles playing in various bar bands and trying to secure a record deal, Caldwell eventually signed with TK Records in Miami in 1978. Although executives at the R&B-focused label wanted to conceal the fact that Caldwell was white, his hit song “What You Won’t Do for Love” from his self-titled debut album reached the top ten on the Billboard Hot 100, R&B, and Adult Contemporary charts. The song has since been covered, remade, and sampled numerous times by various artists, including Tupac Shakur, Boyz II Men, and Elliott Yamin.
Caldwell’s musical influence can be heard in the work of many contemporary artists, and his track “My Flame” has even been sampled for The Notorious B.I.G.’s hit song “Sky’s the Limit” featuring R&B group 112. Despite his success, Caldwell continues to perform and record music to this day.
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