“I count 94 songs w[ith] no requests taken into consideration… and we’re off…,” Dean Ween wrote of the band's upcoming reunion jaunt.
The leaked lineup also reveals M83, Tame Impala, Haim, Father John Misty and Death Cab for Cutie will play this year's Bonnaroo.
Three years removed from their breakup and four from their last show together, Ween have announced they will reunite for a pair of shows this February.
The release of Against Me!'s '23 Live Sex Acts' marks a fitting occasion to look back on some of the imaginative titles bands have named their live albums.
Ween were always known for doing the unexpected.
Dean Ween took to Facebook to clarify remarks he made about auditioning singers to take the place of his former bandmate, Aaron Freeman
Former wonder-duo Ween have a knack for weaving strange -- sometimes a touch unsettling -- stories with their songs.
Remember 'The Jane Pratt Show'? Neither do we. Apparently it was a daytime talk show that lasted a mere five months on the Lifetime network back in 1993. Perhaps its short lifespan was in part due to such ill-advised musical guest choices as Ween, the willfully bizarre duo that was best known at the time for its minor alt-rock radio hit 'Push th' Little Daisies.'
Ween fans who were surprised by the band's breakup earlier this year will likely be totally shocked by this news. According to a report in Glide Magazine, ex-Ween singer Aaron Freeman is currently in a hospital in Belgium where he is undergoing “a transformative procedure" -- and the story suggests that said procedure may be a sex change operation. Wait, what?
The future of Ween is currently up in the air, but the duo's past as an eclectic and uncannily original band is well established. That said, a cameo in the 1994 box-office bomb 'It's Pat' -- based on the quirky 'Saturday Night Live' skit of the same name -- isn't exactly something most bands would place too high on their bios...