Tuesday, May 29, 2012


  • For most of his life hes been Gene Ween, the nimble-voiced frontman of one of rocks great genre-hoppers – but Aaron Freeman is finally ready to put his alter-ego to bed. Its time to move on, Freeman told Rolling Stone from his home in New Jersey.
  • (YAHOO!)
  • The future for genre-bending, cult heroes Ween seems practically non-existent today as the band's Aaron Freeman – aka Gene Ween – tells Rolling Stone that the band is over.
  • (themusic.com.au)
  • Last week Aaron Freeman, best known to freaks the world over as Gene Ween, released his curious new soft rock album, Marvelous Clouds, a straight-faced examination of the music of 1960s singer/poet Rod McKuen.
  • (Los Angeles Times)
  • After a 25-year run, experimental rock outfit Ween has decided to call it quits.
  • (Paste Magazine)
  • Airbus has sought to win more business with U.S. airlines and ween them off the 737, which remains the worlds most widely flown commercial aircraft. Airbus is able to consider such a ploy for its A320s because its cabins are slightly wider than those on the 737.
  • (USA Today)
  • The band Ween broke up today to the cries of all jam band fans around the world. While not as big as Phish, I imagine, Ween was loved by jam band (old hippies) fans around the world. That's just my assumption because I have never listened to them.
  • (Death and Taxes)
  • While the Houston June heat might deter some, the 60,000 attendees last year were treated to large acts like Beirut, Ween, and Weezer, as well as Austin favorites such as Black Joe Lewis, The Sour Notes, and L.A.X..
  • (Kicking Off The Heat in Houston [Festival Preview] - Austinist)
  • Whenever youre out-accessorizing J.Lo and Steven Tyler, it might be time to fire the wardrobe consultant.
  • (MTV)
  • The cruise will also feature Dinosaur Jr., Sebadoh, Gene Ween, Yuck, Wavves, the Antlers and Free Energy.
  • (NME)
  • The disagreement bet-ween Amaechi and Inuwa emerged as the Rivers State governor attributed most of the social crises and insecurity afflicting the nation to bad governance and injustice perpetrated by the leaders.
  • (Governors, State Assemblies Disagree Over Autonomy - AllAfrica.com)

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