August 15, 1951 – Bobby Caldwell was born in Manhattan, New York and is an American soul singer and songwriter. He is famously known for his 78′ hit single, “What You Won’t Do For Love.” His lyrics and voice are also famous from hip hop artist, Common’s hit single, “The Light.”
August 15, 1978 – Kerri Walsh Jennings was born in Santa Clara, California and is a 3-time Olympic Gold medalist in beach volleyball with fellow teammate, Misty May-Treanor. Her towering and explosive play has given her the nickname, “Six Feet of Sunshine.” Her and Treanor have been regarded as the greatest beach volleyball team of all-time. This was confirmed with recently taking Gold in this year’s Olympics in London! #USA
Happy Birthday Bobby Caldwell and Kerri Walsh!