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Cult Hit Jam Band Heroes Ween Hit The Road

Meeting at the crossroads of delightfully odd and astonishingly prodigious, experimental alt-rock collective Ween formed after founding members Aaron Freeman (Gene Ween) and Mickey Melchiondo (Dean Ween) met at a middle school typing class. In the hallowed years since, the outfit grew in members and genres, achieving international recognition with their smash hit 1992 single Push th' Little Daisies

The genre-bending quintet was set to bring their heady fusion of soul, country, gunk, prog rock, R&B, punk, and gospel to venues across North America on a Summer Tour, but owing to the Corona crisis, they've rescheduled the coast to coast trek for the fall. Don't miss the chance to witness Ween's virtuosic, cosmic jamming first hand

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Finished Sep 15, 2023


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1 reviews, average rating: (5.0 Stars)


Monster Performance

Ween showed in short order why they're still one of best live acts on the planet. They were absolutely at the top of their game; relaxed and clearly having a great time playing together. They opened things up with a rowdy version of the HIV Song, and then took the show into a loose feel with the Golden Eel. They played their live staples (voodoo lady, roses are free, spinal) and played a breathtakingly heartfelt Birthday Boy and the Argus before hitting stride with a blistering Take Me Away and several others before going out the way they came in: with a rowdy version of the HIV Song. All 5 members were at the peak of their considerable talents. This show was simply as good as ANY live act on the planet. They're just THAT good. If you missed this show, you missed a great one. ... Read more


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