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He also absorbed the family love of music but confined himself to singing, showing no interest in the family instrumental band, and hostile to the blues on religious grounds.
When House's parents separated, his mother took him to Tallulah, Louisiana, across the Mississippi River from Vicksburg, Mississippi.
However, he fell into habits which conflicted with his calling—drinking like his father and probably also womanizing.
This led him after several years of conflict to leave the church, ceasing his full-time commitment, although he continued to preach sermons from time to time.
He quickly developed a unique style by applying the rhythmic drive, vocal power and emotional intensity of his preaching to the newly learned idiom.
The following year, he left the Delta for Rochester, New York, and gave up music.the second of three brothers, and lived in the rural Mississippi Delta until his parents separated, when he was about seven or eight years old.His father, Eddie House, Sr., was a musician, playing the tuba in a band with his brothers and sometimes playing the guitar.This was a significant step for House; he married in church and against family opposition.
The couple moved to her hometown of Centerville, Louisiana, to help run her father's farm.He recorded several albums, and some informally taped concerts have also been issued as albums. In addition to his early influence on Robert Johnson and Muddy Waters, he was an inspiration to John Hammond, Alan Wilson (of Canned Heat), Bonnie Raitt, the White Stripes, Dallas Green and John Mooney.