When Eric Gallo died in 1998, in age ninety-four, he previously spent six years mainly because the dean of South Africa’s saving industry. A enthusiast of music, Gallo was in charge of South Africa’s best record brands, including GRC, RPM, Trek, Unika, Meteor, Trutone and Teal. Gallo, who constructed the first documenting studio room in South Africa in 1934, was called “honorary life leader” from the Gallo Africa Music Firm, a wholly possessed subsidiary from the Millenium Entertainment Group Africa, previously referred to as the CNA Gallo Group. Gallo’s participation with music was well balanced by his lifelong association with equine racing. Furthermore to owning many horses, including Elevation, he was an honorary lifestyle president from the Turffontein Racing Membership.