Steve Harwell Obituary, Death Cause – Steve Harwell, the lead singer of Smash Mouth, has passed away. One of the original founding members of the rock band since 1994, the veteran frontman passed unexpectedly on Sunday morning at his home in Boise, Idaho, from liver failure, according to his manager. He died away gently and pleasantly while being attended by family and friends.
This past weekend, Steve received a terminal diagnosis and was placed in hospice care. He was therefore receiving end-of-life care at home while surrounded by friends and family. After a performance where it was discovered that Steve was slurring his words and acting erratically onstage,
Steve made the announcement that he was quitting acting a couple of years ago. Fans of Smash Mouth mourn his death on this awful day. In the late 1990s and early 2000s, his band’s popularity soared because to the album “Astro Lounge,” which had some of their best-known songs, including “All Star.” Of course, their participation in the “Shrek” movie and their rendition of The Monkees’ famous song “I’m a Believer” elevated them to a higher degree of popularity. They were enormous at this time.
In addition to “Walkin’ On the Sun,” “Then the Morning Comes,” “Can’t Get Enough of You Baby,” “Pacific Coast Party,” and “Why Can’t We Be Friends,” Steve also contributed to other well-known songs. Steve endured difficulties for a large portion of his life. He had been given several medical diagnoses throughout the years, including the leukemia that claimed the life of his young son at the age of barely six months. Despite this, he continued to perform and make songs with a smile on his face, spreading joy throughout his career to a huge number of fans. Steve wasn’t even 56.