Joseph Fidler Walsh’s first screen appearance was as himself (with band ‘The James Gang’) in ‘Zachariah’ (1971), and later, he appeared as ‘prisoner’ in ‘The Blue Brothers’ (1980).
Subsequently, Walsh featured as himself in ‘Joe Walsh: The Confessor’ (1985 video-short), ‘The Fishin’ Musician’ (1982), and ‘Mad TV’ (1995). He played ‘R.J.’ in an episode of ‘Promised Land’ (1996), and provided voice in ‘Duckman: Private Dick/Family Man’ (1996-1997). He appeared as ‘Ed’ in 7 episodes of ‘The Drew Carey Show’ (1997-2001).
Later, Walsh appeared as himself on single episodes of ‘Rock the Cradle’ (2008), ‘Better Things’ (2016), ‘Criminal Minds’ (2016), and as ‘Director’ on ‘Wicked City’ episode in 2015
The Blues Brothers is a musical-comedy that revoles around two brothers—one of whom is a criminal—who embark on a mission to save their childhood school from shutting down. Brothers, Jake and Elwood Blues, played by John Belushi and John Aykroyd, reunite with their band and meet noted music artists to raise money while evading the police and other enemies.
Inspired by the 1922 novel ‘Siddhartha` by Hermann Hesse, this Western musical film is about Zachariah, who accidentally kills a man, after he orders a gun, and gets a little too adventurous. The film revolves around him and his friend Matthew, who journey through the American West.
Joe Walsh Awards
|Winner||Best Pop Instrumental Performance||2009|
|Winner||Best Country Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals||2008|
|Winner||Best Rock Vocal Performance by a Duo or Group||1980|
|Winner||Best Arrangement for Voices||1978|
|Winner||Record of the Year||1978|