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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. “Father’s Day,” his brand new album with Thee Loyal Bastards, is a beautifully ugly document of hurt, fallibility and confusion that furthers his place as one of Portland’s most honest and compelling artists.- Portland Tribune