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Ween ended their first run of 2020 with two nights at Terminal 5 in New York City that included a performance of The Doors’ “L.A. Woman” and long-lost rarity “Oh My Dear.”
Ween fit in a few rarities including a bust out of “Ode To Rene” during their 2020 tour opener in New Haven.
Ween will hit the road for a six-date 2020 summer tour.
Ween will perform a concert at Surly Brewing in Minneapolis in May.
In honor of Umphrey’s McGee announcing the return of their Godboner project with Gene Ween, watch video of the ensemble’s 2015 debut at the Summer Camp Music Festival.
Umphrey’s McGee will reunite with Gene Ween for a Godboner set as part of UM’s three-night stand at Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, Colorado this June.
About Gene Ween
Gene Ween, the pseudonym for Aaron Freeman, is the rhythm guitarist and lead vocalist for experimental alternative rock group Ween. Alongside his longtime friend and band mate, Dean Ween, Gene helped assemble what has become the force of Ween. When not recording or touring with Ween, Gene also keeps up a solo career – occasionally playing shows around his Pennsylvania hometown, where he still lives. Freeman has been seen performing with artists such as Jon Anderson of Yes.
To celebrate George Harrison’s birthday, listen to some of his most famous Indian-tinged compositions.
Oysterhead will play Chicago’s Aragon Ballroom for two nights in April.
Chicano Batman shared “Color My Life,” the lead single from their forthcoming ‘Invisible People’ album, which the band will support with a massive tour.
Roger Waters added a handful of concerts to his upcoming This Is Not A Drill 2020 tour of North America.
Widespread Panic will release a live album entitled ‘Sunday Show’ in April and will enter the studio with producer John Keane in May.