'What You Won't Do for Love' singer Bobby Caldwell dies

Bobby Caldwell had a big hit in 1978 with "What You'd Do for Love".

Bobby Caldwell was a soulful R&B singer and songwriter.

Bobby's wife said he died Tuesday at his home in Great Meadows, New Jersey, after a long illness.

Bobby Caldwell passed away at the age of 71 after a long illness.

"What You Would Do for Love" peaked at number 9 on the Billboard Hot 100, which was Bobby Caldwell's biggest hit performance.

The song "What You Wanna Do for Love" by Bobby Caldwell was covered by artists including Boyz II Men and Michael Bolton.

After the death of Bobby Caldwell, his fans were very sad and paid tribute to him.

Questlove wrote after Bobby Caldwell's death "Thank you #BobbyCaldwell for your voice and gift".