Steve Harwell played a pivotal role as one of the founding members of the band, which gained widespread recognition in the late 1990s with chart-topping hits such as "Walkin' on the Sun" and "All Star
In 1999, the lineup of the band Smash Mouth featured, from left to right: guitarist Greg Camp, drummer Kevin Coleman, Mr. Harwell, and bassist Paul De Lisle.
Mr. Harwell performing in 2003. “We didn’t want to be labeled as a punk band, a ska band, a surf band, a rock band, a pop band or a whatever band,” he said. “We just wanted to be us
In 2015, Mr. Harwell graced the stage with Smash Mouth in Brooklyn. However, it's important to note that he retired from the band in 2021.
Smash Mouth's second album, "Astro Lounge," released in 1999, featured their most prominent single, "All Star."
In a statement made in 2021, Harwell conveyed, "I've put in immense effort to overcome my physical and mental health challenges, aiming to perform in front of you one last time.