Smash Mouth lead singer Steve Harwell unleashed a profanity-laced tirade after being hit with several loaves of bread at a concert in Fort Collins, Colorado on Sunday night.
Smash Mouth were performing the closing set at the Taste of Fort Collins music festival when fans, who had apparently been given free loaves of bread at a nearby vendor booth, began pelting Harwell with the slices of bread.
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The crowd began booing Harwell as he walked offstage and into the crowd. A security guard restrained the singer as the band continued to play its hit song “All Star.”
Harwell then returned to the microphone to perform “All Star,” but reportedly left the stage before the encore.
Smash Mouth has released several double and triple-platinum albums, beginning with 1997’s Fush Yu Mang, which contained the band’s first single, “Walkin’ on the Sun.” The band is also famous for its covers of the Monkees’ “I’m a Believer,” War’s “Why Can’t We Be Friends,” and Question Mark & The Mysterians’ “Can’t Get Enough of You Baby.”