Over the duration of his Hollywood career, Joe Walsh produced music for multiple Hollywood productions. Walsh began his entertainment career with his music featured in films like the musical "Zachariah" (1970) with John Rubinstein, the action movie "The Warriors" (1979) with Michael Beck and the John Travolta drama "Urban Cowboy" (1980). His music also appeared in the Daniel Berrigan documentary "In the King of Prussia" (1982) and the Sean Penn comedy adaptation "Fast Times At Ridgemont High" (1982). An actor as well as a musician, Walsh played a part in "The Blues Brothers" (1980) with John Belushi. In the nineties, Walsh's music continued to appear on the silver screen, including in films like the David Paymer drama "The Lesser Evil" (1997), the dramedy "Can't Hardly Wait" (1998) with Jennifer Love Hewitt and the biopic drama "Without Limits" (1998) with Billy Crudup. His work was also in the Adam Sandler smash hit sports comedy "The Waterboy" (1998). Walsh's music was also featured in the horror sequel "The Devil's Rejects" (2005) with Sid Haig, "The Dukes of Hazzard" (2005) with Johnny Knoxville and the Steve Carell blockbuster dramatic comedy "The 40-Year-Old Virgin" (2005). His music was also featured in the Ed Burns comedic drama "The Groomsmen" (2006) and the dramatic biopic "Invincible" (2006) with Mark Wahlberg. Walsh's music was most recently used in "Black Mass" (2015).