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“Ever since I was a kid, I dreamed of being a Rockstar performing in front of sold-out arenas and have been so fortunate to live out that dream,” he said in 2021.
"Although Steve is here with us still, sadly it will only be for a short time," his manager said.
Remember Smash Mouth? These guys had a moment back in the late nineties with hits like ‘All Star’, ‘Walkin’ On the Sun’ and ‘Why Can’t We Be Friends’ Well we figured out the answer to that last one. We can’t be friends because the lead singer of Smash Mouth is a d***.
The "All Star" singer says health issues have become too serious to allow him to perform.
The band performed at the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally in early August — an event that is now linked to the spread of nearly 200 cases of COVID-19.
“Hey now, we’re contagious, we’re in Sturgis, no mask," the band appears to sing in the spoof "Late Show" video.
Critics lambasted the band after videos and photographs of the massive crowd at a South Dakota festival performance made the rounds on social media.
The team's tribute to "All-Star" is becoming a viral hit, but they didn't play like all-stars on the field, losing 5-2 to the Washington Nationals.
Who would have thought the guys behind "All Star" would end up being woke champions in 2019?
Many fans were confused that the band famous for get-paid hit "All-Star" is picking on the Philadelphia Phillies superstar for his paycheck.