Gerald M. House

Gerald M. House

Real Name:
Gerald M. House
Profile:
American country music songwriter, not to be confused with Gerry House (Gerald L. House).

House spent his working career in the printing industry, but he retained a lifelong love of country music. The Alabama native first performed on the Grand Ole Opry at age 16.
He wrote songs throughout his life. His “Midnight, Me and the Blues” (1974) and “I Got the Hoss” (1977) both became top-10 hits for Country Music Hall of Fame member Mel Tillis.
He was also a local television personality. His “Tubman” character appeared on three different Nashville fishing programs.
In addition, Gerald House was a violin maker and an author. One of his books, Dial-a-Chord, was a guidebook to the “Nashville number system” used by Music Row’s studio instrumentalists.
House died July 9, 2011 at the age of 69.
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Artist

Gerald M. House Discography Tracks

Writing & Arrangement

Mel Tillis & Sherry Bryce With The The Statesiders (2) Why Not Do The Things (They Think We've Done) (as G. House) Mel Tillis & Sherry Bryce With The The Statesiders (2) - Let's Go All The Way Tonight (Album) MGM Records Canada 1973 Sell This Version
CAS-9740-LP The Inspirations (2) The Fa Sol La Song (Rev. Everette Beverly & Sister Anna Laura) (as House) The Inspirations (2) - The Inspirations Sing About Touring The City (Featuring The "Fa Sol La" Song)(LP, Album) Canaan Records CAS-9740-LP US 1973 Sell This Version
OHS 80016 The Roustabouts (4) I Got The Hoss (as S. House) The Roustabouts (4) - Hoss And Saddle(LP, Album) Old Homestead Records OHS 80016 US 1978 Sell This Version