Smash Mouth performed Thursday night at 7:30 on the main stage.
"We are California in a can!" says Smash Mouth singer Steve Harwell, whose fun in the sun supremacy comes from hits like "All-Star," "I'm a Believer," "Walkin' on the Sun," and "Can't Get Enough of You Baby." Smash Mouth's current project is "Get the Picture?," an album full of memories and music that make it the perfect soundtrack for summertime fun. They admit to Beach Boys and Dick Dale influences.
Smash Mouth sold over two million copies of their self-made debut "Fush Yu Mang," but it was 1999's "Astro Lounge" that truly set the pop pinnacle. The lead single "All-Star" topped three national radio charts and hit number four on Billboard's perennial Hot 100. The group's self-titled third album produced such fun-loving tracks as "Pacific Coast Party" and "I'm a Believer," which was prominently featured in the film "Shrek."
"Get the Picture?," with its sunny pop energy and memorable melodies, make this just the type of record to extend the summer season all year long.