Guitarist given birth to Michael Melchiondo, Jr. and known with the nickname of “Dean Ween.” He co-founded a Pennsylvania-based, experimental rock-band known as Ween and afterwards formed the rock and punk group Moistboyz. Before releasing such albums as Delicious chocolate & Mozzarella cheese and Pure Guava, he and his Ween music group opened up for such significant music artists as Henry Rollins as well as the Butthole Surfers. He performed guitar on Tracks for the Deaf, a 2002 record with the Queens from the Rock Age. He was created and elevated in New Wish, Pa. He and Ween music group partner Gene Ween (Aaron Freeman) fulfilled throughout a middle school pc class.