“Yeah, he was very complimentary toward us,” Harwell recalls.
The exchange was “brief” but “super weird and cool.” There you have it: People are saying Morrissey loves Smash Mouth.
He lost his temper when concert attendees started throwing slices of bread in the air. Loaves of bread were being given away for free at one of the Taste of Fort Collins vendor booths.
In 2017, venerable multi-platinum and Grammy-nominated band Smash Mouth will be celebrating the 20th anniversary of their debut, smash-hit album “Fush Yu Mang”.
Smash Mouth holds a singular place in our collective imagination, and there are even some closeted Smash Mouth fans out there—which brings us to Morrissey.
Related: Ousted Bill O’Reilly ‘Covers’ Smash Mouth’s ‘All Star’ in Mash-Up In the roving interview, Harwell confirmed that Morrissey is a Smash Mouth fan and that the band recently met the Smiths icon at a show in Guadalajara.
(Quickly shooting to #1 on the Billboard charts, and eventually boosting “FYM” sales to over 3 million copies in the U. alone.) In the two decades since, Smash Mouth has not slowed down. In celebration of this milestone year, Smash Mouth will release a just-completed acoustic version of “FYM” in its entirety (along with a mini-book recalling it’s making).
"As long as their stuff is catchy, we're not particular about what style they play." "We were looking for something a little different," says Brad Wavra of Clear Channel Entertainment, which booked the tour.
television series created by Bob Schooley and Mark Mc Corkle that originally aired on Disney Channel from June 7, 2002 to September 7, 2007.
The show revolves around eponymous high school student Kim Possible, a teenager tasked with fighting crime on a regular basis while coping with everyday issues commonly associated with adolescence.
And not just people—the lead singer of Smash Mouth is saying it.
Harwell shared some thoughts on other cultural icons: “I would love to put Al Pacino in a video,” he said.