Ween May Be Gone, But Their 'Good Run' Lives On
For most of his life he's been Gene Ween, the nimble-voiced frontman of one of rock's great genre-hoppers ndash; but Aaron Freeman is finally ready to.
VANCOUVER — A drug and booze malfunction in Vancouver by alternative darlings Ween apparently foretold the band's break-up. Frontman Aaron (Gene Ween) Freeman told Rolling Stone that Ween's break-up is official. “It's time to move on,” Freeman told
For more than a quarter of a century, Aaron Freeman (Gene Ween) and Mickey Melchiondo (Dean Ween) have been operating on the fringes of the rock world as Ween, one of the weirdest cult bands to ever land on MTV.
It may be no surprise, as Aaron Freeman (Gene Ween) has branched into solo territory, but Ween, one of rock's most unusual success stories and most colorful.
The weird and wonderful journey of Ween seems to have come to an end. Yesterday, Aaron Freeman (Gene Ween) announced to Rolling Stone that the.