Alberto's Story

Early Beginnings
Alberto Mussi, alias Mr. Alboh, was born in Milan, Italy. Immersed in music from a young age, he recorded his first song at 7, leading to his debut performance in front of hundreds of people and securing second place in a singing contest.

Follow the Dream
Initially working in finance, Alberto's passion for music persisted. After a challenging flight experience, he decided to quit and began a career as a street performer.

During this transformative period, Alberto discovered his purpose: to create emotional moments and share them with people. This inspired his alias "A Little Bit of Heaven".

Alberto quickly started to gain attention, such as appearing on the TV show X Factor Italy after passing a selection process from 48,000 people. He also provided soundtracks for the film "Ostfriesisch für Anfänger" with his albums "Black and White" and "Before the Moon Touches the Ground".

His live performances expanded from small venues to clubs, sold-out theaters, and arenas. A notable highlight was receiving a standing ovation at the Palalottomatica in Rome and performing at major festivals like the Home Festival in Treviso. Alberto also made a cameo appearance on the TV series "Tutto può Succedere" on RAI 1 , reaching over 4 million viewers. He wrote original tracks and a custom song for actress Matilda De Angelis and supported her on set during filming.

Alberto has participated in prestigious events such as the Cannes and Locarno Film Festivals. His music video for "Feeling Good" was exhibited at the Venice Biennale. He also curated the custom Italian song "Istanti" for a Harper's Bazaar commercial and co-wrote "One Day" for Netflix's "Into the Beat," which became the third most-watched movie worldwide.

Mr. Alboh is in high demand for weddings and private events, as the flexibility of his solo shows has found a perfect fit. Over the last 14 years, he has performed for prestigious clients and Fortune 500 companies worldwide, captivating audiences at iconic wedding destinations such as Lake Como, Tuscany, and Switzerland, and collecting over 1,000 shows across Europe, the USA, and Japan.

Currently based in Italy, Switzerland, Germany, and Austria, Alberto is available for global performances, aiming to share "A Little Bit of Heaven" every day.

"Mr. Alboh embodies the presence of a full band." — Corriere della Sera

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