Olle Romo

Olle is woven through the fabric of Eurythmics, his credits are numerous, both for Eurythmics work, but also for many of Dave Stewart's solo projects including The Spritual Cowboys. He has credits as a drummer, and engineer, for studio programminga and for providing backing vocals.

Olle Romo is a world class pop guru - writer, producer and mixer. He most recently produced the new POE “Haunted” CD (Atlantic) as well as contributed as writer and mixer. He also recently produced the upcoming DAVID CHARVET CD (Universal), mixing two singles as well. In addition he has been writing songs for Trans Continental artist PHOENIX STONE, Atlantic artist CECILIA and Elektra artist JASON MRAZ. He’s also been in the studio producing an upcoming song for NOBODY’S ANGEL (Hollywood). Formerly Mutt Lange’s longtime programmer and mixer, Romo programmed SHANIA TWAIN’s Grammy winning “Come On Over” CD as well as mixed singles like “That Don’t Impress Me Much” and “Man! I Feel Like A Woman” for the international CD. He provided additional production and mixed the huge pop version of “That Don’t Impress Me Much” which was featured as the MTV/VH1 video and Top 10 single. In addition, Olle mixed SHANIA TWAIN’s “You’ve Got a Way” for Notting Hill. His programming and keyboard talents are found on the BACKSTREET BOYS “I Need You Tonight” for their multi platinum “Millennium” CD. Other programming highlights include CELINE DION’s “If Walls Could Talk”, PULP’s “This Is Hardcore” CD and “Common People” single as well as the STING, BRYAN ADAMS and ROD STEWART collaboration “All for Love”. Olle co-wrote and programmed ELTON JOHN’s “Runaway Train”, programmed “The One” CD as well as Oscar winning “Can You Feel The Love Tonight” and “Circle of Life” for The Lion King. As a member of EURYTHMICS, he played drums and programmed the EURYTHMICS “We Too Are One” and “Savage” CDs and mixed the “Eurythmics Live” CD. He recrded, programmed and played drums on DAVE STEWART CDs including “Greetings From The Gutter”, “Honest” and “Spiritual Cowbooys” as well as programmed the “Miss World” CD. He programmed and recorded BRYAN ADAMS CDs “On a Day Like Today” and “18 Til I Die” (on which he also played piano, keyboards and percussion) as well as the single “Have You Ever Really Loved a Woman?” for Don Juan DeMarco

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