The ‘Old Town Road’ behemoth doesn’t appear to be slowing down anytime soon.
The band still got the show on, and got paid.
We caught up with frontman Steve Harwell ahead of the band’s Aussie tour next month
That’ll do, Billy. That’ll do.
ATTENTION ALL STARS
“Can’t Farquaad believe it.”
They ain’t the sharpest tools in the shed.
Featuring non-stop pics of Guy Fieri.
When two pieces of legendary ’90s music come together.
They still played ‘I’m A Believer’ tho.
We’re talkin’ Nine Inch Nails, Blink-182, Marilyn Manson. Oh, and Cher.
Because this is what the kids want these days.
Shrek is not love, Shrek is not life.
Gonna need some shades for all this shade.
Remember Smash Mouth? They’re still a thing. And it seems lead singer Steve Harwell may no longer be the sharpest tool in the shed. He was looking kinda dumb trying to fight a crowd of fans who were pelting his band with hunks of bread. As Consequence Of Sound reports, fans who attended the Taste
Apart from the somewhat shocking, mildly depressing fact that both Smash Mouth and Third Eye Blind are still touring, you might not know that the two champions of the 90’s airwaves have beef, and at a festival headlined by Outkast and The Cure it all came to the fore again. As reported by The Washington
Titans of the 90s airwaves (and lords of MTV back when it played music) Smash Mouth have reworked their Australian tour originally planned for October last year. The Cali rockers will be making their way to Australia in March this year for only the 2nd visit in their decades-long career. The band will be arriving
Just as it starts to seem as though this 90s comeback thing had run its course, it’s beginning to look like it’s only just begun. Smash Mouth have announced they will be heading Down Under for a run of shows, and today we have the first glimpse into their up-and-coming album. Magic will take you