Review: Shawn Pittman ‘Make It Right’

By Chris Wheatley You could waste a good chunk of your life researching the reasons why the number thirteen is considered unlucky. You could spend that time far more profitably basking in the raw and powerful, contemporary blues of Make It Right, the thirteenth studio album by singer and guitarist Shawn Pittman. Oklahoma-born Pittman started out on piano at age eight, but natural forces, in the forms of Lightnin’ Hopkins and Muddy Waters, soon turned his ear to the blues. From the age of seventeen, Pittman spent twenty years in the Lone Star State, honing his skills, developing his sound … Continue reading Review: Shawn Pittman ‘Make It Right’