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After releasing the demos EP Gener's Gone late last year, Aaron Freeman has finally let go of his Ween alter-ego and begun moving forward into a solo career as Freeman. He and his band announced…   Read Story »
The 1980s were almost certainly Bob Dylan's least fruitful decade artistically, but the cult of Dylan is such that you'll find apologists for every album in his discography. Count producers Jesse…   Read Story »
Since the breakup of Ween, Aaron "Gene Ween" Freeman has delivered a Rod McKuen covers album, but not much original material. But now you can buy Gener's Gone: The Final Demo Recordings Of Gene Ween,…   Read Story »
In late May, Ween's Aaron Freeman (Gene Ween) told Rolling Stone that the band was breaking up; "It’s been a long time, 25 years," Freeman said. "It was a good run." Since then, we've been awaiting…   Read Story »
Aaron Freeman, who is best known as Gene Ween, will put out his tribute to poet/songwriter Rod McKuen in a few days, from which we've already heard "Love's Been Good To Me" and "As I Love My Own."…   Read Story »
Aaron Freeman, who is best known as Gene Ween, will soon release Marvelous Clouds, his 13-song tribute to the poet and songwriter Rod McKuen. Earlier this year, we heard "As I Love My Own" from that…   Read Story »
Last year, Aaron Freeman (who is best known as Gene Ween) announced that he was putting together a solo record, a 13-song tribute to poet and musician Rod McKuen. Freeman talked to Slate recently…   Read Story »
Aaron Freeman will step out from behind the Gene Ween moniker to release Marvelous Clouds , a 13-song tribute to the poet and songwriter Rod McKuen, under his own name later this spring. A prolific…   Read Story »