The music industry lost one of its greatest legends on March 14, 2023, as a singer-songwriter, Bobby Caldwell passed away at the age of 71. Bobby Caldwell was a genius who mastered a variety of genres, including jazz, R&B, and pop rock. His musical career spanned over four decades, and his songs still resonate with fans around the world.
Bobby Caldwell’s wife, Mary, revealed that he died due to fluoroquinolone toxicity. An antibiotic he was prescribed in 2017 caused havoc in his body, leading to his untimely death. His wife shared that he was prescribed the antibiotic for a runny nose and cough, which should never have happened. Unfortunately, it was irreversible as it hit him really bad.
Bobby who recently passed away left behind a loving wife and family. His wife, Mary Caldwell, has been a constant presence in his life and played an important role in his career. In this article, we will take a closer look at Mary Caldwell and her relationship with Bobby, as well as some of their personal and professional accomplishments.
Who Is Bobby Caldwell’s Wife?
Bobby Caldwell had been married to Mary since 2004, and they lived on a horse farm in New Jersey with their children. Mary is from Great Meadows, New Jersey, and has an MBA from Seton Hall University near Manhattan. She served as a professor at her own college and was also a business manager at AT&T Global Services for 22 years. She is currently the Vice President of Bobby Caldwell Entertainment LTD.
Know About Bobby Caldwell’s Net Worth
Bobby Caldwell had a net worth of $8 million at the time of his death. His self-titled debut studio album was released in 1978, and he went on to release several other albums throughout his career, including “Cat in the Hat,” “Carry On,” and “Heart of Mine.” His best-known single, “What You Won’t Do for Love,” reached #9 on the US Pop chart, #6 on the US R&B chart, and #10 on the US A/C chart.
Despite his death, Bobby Caldwell’s music lives on, and his legacy remains. He was a master of multiple genres, which is why his music still resonates with so many people. Boyz II Men and rapper Biggie Smalls both sampled his songs, “What You Won’t Do for Love” and “My Flame,” respectively, and many other artists have also drawn inspiration from his work.
Bobby Caldwell was a musical genius who will always be remembered for his incredible talent and the impact he had on the music industry. His ability to master multiple genres made him a standout artist, and his songs will continue to be enjoyed by fans for generations to come. While his passing is a great loss to the music industry, his legacy will live on through his music. Our thoughts are with his family and loved ones during this difficult time.