Smash Mouth’s Steve Harwell Was Hospitalized Before Memphis Concert


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The lead singer of Smash Mouth gave his lovers in Memphis a large scare on Thursday evening when he was once pressured to cancel his crew’s deliberate efficiency on the New Daisy Theater and was once taken to the health facility to get looked at. Apparently, Steve Harwell was once experiencing some form of shortness of breath all over the pre-show soundcheck and took off in an Uber to obtain scientific consideration in a while thereafter.

Speculation has run rampant over social media as to what led to his hospitalization. Harwell, who just lately became 50, was once identified with cardiomyopathy a few years in the past and lots of pointed to that ailment as being a contributing motive.

According to the band’s supervisor who spoke to HollywoodLife, “Steve did visit the hospital in Memphis last night but it was not an emergency situation. It is correct that two years ago he was diagnosed with cardiomyopathy and has been taking medication for the disease ever since. That said, whenever he is not feeling great we take precautionary measures just to make sure everything is okay, especially while he is on the road touring. He is just fine and will be resuming the tour tonight.”

Despite that final bit, the band has introduced the cancellation of a couple of upcoming performances thru their social media accounts.

Here’s hoping Steve will get again on his ft and making a song “All Star” once more quickly.