Smash Mouth Frontman Steve Harwell Is In Hospice Care With 'Just A Week Or So To Live
(Smash Mouth Frontman Steve Harwell Is In Hospice Care With 'Just A Week Or So To Live Image Credits: New York Daily News)

A delegate of Crush Mouth has affirmed that Steve Harwell, an individual from the band, is getting hospice care and has just a restricted measure of time left to live. The band's manager claims that Steve is cared for at home by his fiancé and hospice care.

Despite not being a piece of Crush Mouth for the past two years, the band keeps visiting with another entertainer, Zach Goode, and Steve's heritage will continue living on through the music. Reach for more interesting updates.

The report stated

While Steve is still with us, it is with incredible trouble that we recognize that his time is restricted. We generously ask that Steve and his family's security be regarded during this troublesome time.

On Sunday, it was accounted for that the previous frontman, matured 56, is presently in the terminal period of liver disappointment, having recently gotten therapy for liquor reliance at a clinical office.

As per the source, Harwell's representative has conveyed that the musician's life expectancy is limited to a mere week. The lead singer of Smash Mouth has experienced health complications over the past decade.

Announcement of the retirement

Announcement of the retirement
(Announcement of the retirement Image Credits: NBC Right Now)

In the wake of being determined to have cardiomyopathy and Wernicke's Encephalopathy in 2013, Harwell uncovered in 2021 that he would resign from the band because of his psychological and actual well-being.

It has been a distinction to perform with my bandmates over time, and I can't envision leaving on this wild excursion with any other person.
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Health issues in the body

This was all made conceivable as a result of you. I have tried to endure my physical and emotional wellness issues to perform for you one final time; however, I couldn't, tragically.

Harwell's declaration followed a TikTok video where he was recorded resting off, flipping off the crowd, and involving obscenity during a show in New York. According to Harwell's representative, Steve has been contending with persistent medical issues for the past eight years.
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Experiencing several symptoms

During his recent performance at the Big Sip stage, he experienced several symptoms directly linked to his current medical condition. Consequently, Steve has decided to retire from Smash Mouth to prioritize his physical and mental well-being. 

Despite his valiant attempts to persevere through these ailments, Steve is deeply saddened to announce that it has become unfeasible for him to continue pursuing his greatest passion, performing in front of the band's vast global audience.