Hermon Hitson has played with some of the biggest names in music history such as Bobby Womack, Wilson Pickett, Major Lance, Jackie Wilson, The Drifters, The Shirelles, Joe Tex, The Midnighters and others. He still plays on a regular basis at local clubs is his current hometown of Atlanta, Georgia. In 2006, Hermon released his latest album entitled, “Yesterday, Today & Tomorrow.” He also recorded at LIVE album at the well-known Atlanta music venue The Earl in 2007. For more information about Hermon and his life in the music business, please see the great interview conducted by Colin Dilnot, the Managing Director of Keeping Soul Alive and owner of the “Dark End of the Street” Soul music blog at: http://darkendofthestreet.blogspot.com/2006/11/hermon-hitson-interview.html Hermon Hitson is also intimately linked to one of the greatest guitar players ever, Mr. Jimi Hendrix. The production of the Hendrix album, “Free Spirit”, was originally to be released as a Herman Hitson work! The album was produced by Mr. Johnny Brantley and Mr. Lee Moses. ALL of the lead guitar and lead vocals that appeared on the original album “Free Spirit,” were done by Hermon Hitson, with the exception of Lee Moses as added vocals on “Hey Leroy.” Hermon never received any credit for this work! To see what others have to say about this controversy, simply GOOGLE the words Hitson and Hendrix.