Gallo, Robert John
Origin: Brooklyn, New York, 🇺🇸 - Toronto, Ontario, 🇨🇦
American born, naturalized Canadian. Robert John Gallo was a producer, musician, arranger and composer who produced multiple hit records for Atlantic Records. Born and raised in Brooklyn, New York he moved to Canada and became the house producer for Columbia Records of Canada, Ltd. in June 1974, then its Director of A&R by the end of that year. He remained with them through the 1976 restructuring to CBS Records Canada Ltd. until the early 80s. Owner of Talentmasters Recording Studio.
In 1972, he released 'A New Place to Live', 'Painted Poetry', and 'Compositions'. He also recorded 'I Was a King'. 'I Was a King' was finally released in 2007.