Henson Cargill

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Henson Cargill

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma County, Oklahoma, USA
Death 24 Mar 2007 (aged 66)
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma County, Oklahoma, USA
Burial Oklahoma City, Oklahoma County, Oklahoma, USA
Memorial ID 18646451 · View Source
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Country Music Singer. While attending Colorado State University, he sang at local dances and became popular with the college crowd. In 1962 he accepted a hosting job for the nationally syndicated television show "The Country Hayride". Cargill's biggest hit single was "Skip a Rope" (1968), which sold over 1 million copies. He received a Grammy nomination and won the ASCAP Achievement Award. His other hits included "Row Row Row," "None of My Business" and "The Most Uncomplicated Good-Bye I've Ever Heard." His career spanned 35 years with 15 national chart records, nine LP's, and 12 National TV appearances. Cargill was also a recipient of Reno's Entertainer of the Year Award. In the 1980s he owned and operated a Oklahoma City country music club known as Henson's and his own record label.

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  • Originally Created by: John "J-Cat" Griffith
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  • Find a Grave Memorial 18646451
  • Find a Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed ), memorial page for Henson Cargill (5 Feb 1941–24 Mar 2007), Find a Grave Memorial no. 18646451, citing Memorial Park Cemetery, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma County, Oklahoma, USA ; Maintained by Find A Grave .