b. August 1943, Belfast, North Ireland. McGill’s grandfather produced violins, built instructors and led his very own music group, including McGill’s dad and two uncles. Hugo McGill became a specialist vocalist in 1960 and trained himself to try out guitar at age 20 and since that time he is becoming competent on various other stringed equipment. Between 1963 and 1966, he led his very own group playing nation and rock and roll ‘n’ move, sang using a big music group and was utilized as a disk jockey with the Mecca company. He relocated to Leeds, Britain in 1963 and for a long time played the membership and cabaret circuit around the united kingdom. He also performed nation music for the American Pushes in Germany, Italy and North Africa. Of these years he caused many country superstars including Don Gibson, Conway Twitty, Loretta Lynn, Karl Denver and Man Mitchell. McGill was a stalwart from the English country picture in the 70s but offers apparently withdrawn from it lately. He has provided tuition on numerous stringed tools to pupils which range from seven to 60. His child is now energetic in nation music and, like dad, is normally a talented guitarist who also has other stringed equipment.