Adam Sadler has become one of the most recognizable actors in Hollywood over the past 30 years.
He rose up the ranks with unforgettable Saturday Night Live skits like “Opera Man” and “Gap Girls” before classic comedies like Happy Gilmore and Billy Madison made it to the big screen.
He’ll make his way to Philadelphia for a comedy show at the Well Fargo Center on Friday, April 14.
Some of Adam Sandler’s most outrageous comedies came at the beginning of his career, and most of them had a very specific similarity: at least one scene (usually more) with an excellent classic rock song.
The best movies are the ones with the best soundtracks, and Sandler certainly understands that.
Whether it was Happy Gilmore waving to Chubbs (and the dead gator) in Heaven with some Lynyrd Skynyrd blasting in the background or Deeds’ spontaneous David Bowie solo, Adam Sandler classic rock scenes proved as timeless as his comedy.