BirthdayFebruary 5, 1941
BirthplaceOklahoma City, USA

Celebrity biographies

  1. About Henson Cargill

    Full name: Henson Cargill
    Also known as: Henson Cargill, Cargill, Henson
    Professions: American musician

  2. Henson Cargill Death information

    Died: Saturday, 24th of March, 2007 (Age: 66)

  3. Henson Cargill Biography

    Henson Cargill (February 5, 1941 – March 24, 2007) was an American country music singer best known for the socially controversial 1968 Country No. 1 hit "Skip a Rope". His music career began in Oklahoma in clubs around Oklahoma City and Tulsa. He earned national recognition after getting a Nashville producer to agree to produce "Skip a Rope".Cargill had a number of Top 20 hits including "Row Row Row" (1968), "None Of My Business", and "The Most Uncomplicated Goodbye I Ever Heard" (1970). Later hits included "Some Old California Memory" and "Silence on the Line". He also had a television show and performed for many years in Reno and Las Vegas.

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