Ween Break Up


I can still remember buying Ween's “Quebec” when it came out in 2003. It remains my favorite Ween record, if only because it was my introduction to the madcap Pennsylvania band. I delved further into Ween's canon and

After more than a quarter of a century known by his Ween alter ego of Gene Ween, singer Aaron Freeman has announced that he is putting that name and band to.

Aaron Freeman, known to many of our readers as Gene Ween, dropped a bombshell on Rolling Stone when he told the magazine that he's “retiring Gene Ween.” When pressed about whether that meant the end for HT faves

'Marvelous Clouds,' by Ween's Aaron Freeman, covers Rod McKuen's songs with charm and reverence. Mr. McKuen stays away from the spotlight these days, but is back for an unexpected and delightful reason. Aaron Freeman, better known as Gene Ween of the

By Jesse Jarnow Aaron Freeman is better known as "Gene Ween," his funny-voiced alter-ego that has sung as one half of cult-duo Ween since 1984. But today (May 8th), Freeman releases Marvelous Clouds, an irony-free collection covering songs by kitsch

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