Michael Dean Damron
Time is supposed to heal all wounds, but don’t tell that to Michael Dean Damron. The gravel-voiced singer/songwriter mines injustice and betrayal with the fervor of a Gold Rush-era pioneer, unearthing universal pain in a wide spectrum of contexts in the process.
December 26, 2018
Enjoy volume 5 of improv4humans with Matt Besser’s best of music scenes, featuring music from Noah Gundersen, Colleen Green, Michael Dean Damron, St. Lenox, Ben Lee, Pedro The Lion, Sarah Shook, The Milk Carton Kids, Murder By Death, and Hop Along. Their music inspires scenes about inappropriate displays of grief, faking an adult epiphany, a homesick space colonist and much more. Be a good humon, and support these musicians by purchasing music off their websites.
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April 5, 2018
Michael Dean Damron returns to improv4humans along with fellow musician Mishka Shubaly and improvisers Joel Spence, Lou Wilson, and Matt Besser! Michael and Mishka perform songs that inspire scenes about Jesus’s most annoying fan, a couple so polite they ruined their sex life, and a wildly vulgar audition. Plus, a teacher shuts down the life dreams of his students and a nephew uses his newfound size to intimidate his uncle.
June 8, 2017
Enjoy volume 3 of improv4humans with Matt Besser’s best of music scenes, which were voted on by the fans. This episode features music from Austin Lucas, Langhorne Slim, Jenny Owen Youngs, Michael Dean Damron, The Mowgli’s, Lydia Loveless, Jeff Rosenstock, Radical Face, The Staves, and Lucero. Their music inspires scenes about home security booby traps, the future of Mexican food, an Xbox that holds your marbles, and much more. Be a good humon, and support these musicians by purchasing music off their websites.
June 9, 2016
Southern rock musician Michael Dean Damron joins Will Hines, Mike Hanford, Anthony Atamanuik, Craig Rowin and Matt Besser for a music episode of improv4humans. Michael’s songs inspire scenes about a man who wants to take a woman’s foot in marriage and a boy who pitches a musical toilet to his toys. Plus, restaurant employees get excited over a customer who finally says the name of their food combo.