Olle Romo

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Olle Romo
Also known as Zac Bartel
Origin Swedish
Genres Rock, Pop
Occupation(s) Music producer, programmer
Instruments drums
Associated acts Eurythmics, Robert Lange

Olle Romö (Romo) is a Swedish music producer, songwriter, and drummer.

Romo rehearsed with Swedish prog rock group Kaipa in early 1982,[1] however he left the group after a few weeks to join Eurythmics, and he was a drummer for them from the mid-to-late 1980s. He also worked on Dave Stewart's solo albums in the 1990s. During his career he has been a programmer for producers such as Robert John 'Mutt' Lange; on albums including Shania Twain's Come on Over and Bryan Adams' 18 til I Die. His writing credits include co-writing 'Runaway Train', performed by Elton John and Eric Clapton.

His production credits include Tara Blaise's Dancing on Tables Barefoot and Great Escape, The Corrs' Borrowed Heaven and David Charvet's Leap of Faith amongst others.

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