Comedy and storytelling have made Sam Adams a popular entertainer for audiences of all ages.
In 2019 Sam received this favorable review from the Arkansas Democrat Gazette.
“Known for his prize-winning comedy and casual delivery devoid of profanity and vulgarity, (Adams) spent two hours entertaining a full house that belly-laughed and applauded too many times to count.
“If it’s true that laughter is the best medicine, he administered his healing brand intravenously for two solid hours.”
Sam’s first try at standup comedy was in 2001. Eight years later, at age 49, he became the Great American Comedy Festival’s first and only dual prize winner.
Sam’s career prior to comedy was in journalism. He covered sports for newspapers in Denver and Charlotte, North Carolina. In 2019 he was inducted to the Denver Press Club’s Hall of Fame.
Sam covered many of the world’s high-profile sporting events, and he used those experiences to author a book titled, ‘If You Don’t Believe Me: Lessons Learned from Listening To The Greats.’ Pro Football Hall of Famer John Elway offered the following tribute:
“Through the ups and downs of an NFL career, I developed great trust, respect and appreciation for him. Blending an uncanny ability to mix humor with keen insight and knowledge, Sam is a one-of-a-kind storyteller.”
Sam also offers two keynote presentations. Each one features anecdotes from his encounters with sports figures and entertainers. The first presentation is titled, ‘Going Up: Taking Steps To Elevate Your Levels Of Success.’ The second presentation is titled, ‘Race To A Finish Line.’
Book Sam Adams today. You will learn why audiences, clients and critics are impressed with his performances.