Aaron Freeman also known as Gene Ween and from the rock band Ween has called it quits. “It’s time to move on,” Freeman told Rolling Stone from his home in New Jersey. “I’m retiring Gene Ween.” He has been with the band for 25 years and has decided to move on. Freeman seems to have already moved on from Ween: His solo album “Marvelous Clouds” was released earlier this month. Freeman, along with childhood friend Dean Ween (Mickey Melchiondo), started the group in the mid-1980s. Their highest charting single was “Push th’ Little Daisies” released in 1992 which gained them widespread attention and hit the charts.