Collectively the band Smash Mouth has sold more than 10 million albums worldwide. Along with their number one hits - Walkin' on the Sun and All Star - they have consistently impacted radio with other recognizable hits like Then the Morning Comes, Can't Get Enough Of You Baby, and a cover of The Monkees classic I'm a Believer, which was prominently featured on the Shrek soundtrack (#4, Billboard Adult Top 40).A quick listen to their music and you realize the multi-platinum Smash Mouth is a 60s influenced garage band with a keen pop sensibility that maintains a timeless quality, a style they have created and that is all their own.Having long since established itself as the ultimate true-to-life California party-band the vibe surrounding Smash Mouth is indeed - at its core - about having fun."When we play it's a nonstop party," Harwell says."The band has grown over the years and has reached a level of maturity and clarity," according to Harwell. "This is what we do and we're going to keep doing it. We can still go out and throw a party every night only now we do it without the hangover the next day.""I still firmly believe that music can be the way it used to be," Harwell adds. "Like Van Halen sang (from the Kinks classic hit) ?Where have all the good times gone?' It's like what happened to that? Well, we're bringing that back!"Fans will no doubt have a chance to share "the good times" with Harwell and the rest of his colorful cast of cronies including bassist Paul Delisle, guitarist Greg Camp, keyboardist Michael Klooster, and drummer Randy Cooke, as Smash Mouth traipses across the country from coast to coast."In addition to the great recordings, you can't miss the live show," states DeLisle, who later declares, "The live show completes the entire package. Recordings are only one part of the whole. This band must be seen to be believed. It's a nonstopparty that we put on nightly. If we're coming to your town it's a party you won't want to miss. It's unique, it's ours, we created it and there's no one else like us."