Bobby Caldwell Tour Schedule
Bobby Caldwell has been a fixture on the R&B and blue eyed soul scene since the
Seventies. This veteran crooner will have you weak in the knees when he takes the stage and starts singing some of his classic
numbers like What You Won't Do for Love, My Flame, and Can't Say Goodbye. He has been entertaining millions for nearly forty
years and has earned a reputation as one of the best showmen in the biz. Fortunately for music lovers the world over, Bobby
Caldwell is still as active as ever and is once again heading out on tour.
Las Vegas, Nevada is the place to be in mid-February
as Bobby Caldwell will be playing back to back nights at Santa Fe Station and Casino on February 15th and 16th. What better
place to see one of the best crooners around than in Sin City? If you can't make it to the Las Vegas, perhaps you can catch
his March 7th show at B.B. King Blues Club and Grill in New York, New York. You can't go wrong by planning a spring trip to
the Big Apple, especially if you throw in a Bobby Caldwell show. Keep an eye on Stubhub to see what other performances Bobby
Caldwell lines up in 2014.
About the Artist
Bobby Caldwell began playing music in his childhood, learning
guitar and piano at an early age. By the time he was a teenager he started his own band which toured and released an album
called Kathmandu. After starting a solo career by playing mostly covers at night clubs, Bobby Caldwell signed a deal with
TK Records and soon released his debut album which contained the hit single, and Caldwell's signature song What You Won't
Do for Love. The hit single still is played on the radio today, and Caldwell went on to record several other hit singles and
albums over the years including Cat in the hat, August Moon, Soul Survivor, Stuck on You, Come Rain or Come Shine, and Where
is Love among many others. To this day Bobby Caldwell has a huge impact on popular music. His songs have been sampled by some
of the biggest names in music including Tupac Shakur, Notorious B.I.G., Aaliyah, Gym Class Heroes, John Legend, MED, and others.
Bobby Caldwell's music is great on his recordings, but can only truly be appreciated to its fullest by seeing him in concert.
What You Won't Do for Love was a smash hit on Bobby Caldwell's debut album of the same name. The
single reached number 9 on the U.S. pop charts and number 6 on the U.S. R&B charts. The hit made Bobby Caldwell a household
name in 1978 and has been a staple of his live show ever since. Decades later the song would become a hit again and bring
the music of Bobby Caldwell to a whole new generation of fans when Boyz II Men covered it. For decades Bobby Caldwell has
been making some of the best R&B music on the planet and his live show only seems to get better and better with time.
If you are looking to see a true legend and master of his craft look no further than world famous
crooner Bobby Caldwell. The world renowned singer and songwriter has spent decades perfecting his craft as well as finding
new avenues of musical expression to explore. All of this hard work to which Bobby Caldwell has dedicated his life is on full
display when you head out to the concert hall the night of a Bobby Caldwell performance. It is a transcendent experience like
no other as Caldwell entrances the audience with his enthralling voice and powerful lyrics. Whenever and wherever Bobby Caldwell
is performing, one thing is for certain, he will be surrounded by some of the best musicians on the planet and will be geared
up to put on an amazing show. It is an incomparable concert that you will hope never ends. By the time the night is through
you will be anxiously awaiting the next time Bobby Caldwell comes back to town.
At the start of
Bobby Caldwell's career, his record label did not want the public and R&B radio stations to know that he was a white soul
singer. To help disguise his race the label made sure that all of the pictures on his early work were of Caldwell's silhouette.
What You Don't Do for Love has been sampled in more than twenty songs, many of them also hits. from 1999 to 2000 Bobby Caldwell
starred as Frank Sinatra in the Las Vegas musical The Rat Pack is Back and received rave reviews. Caldwell has a considerable
following in Japan where he has earned the nickname Mr. AOR and received a 1992 award for best international artist.