Playing for more than 40 years, solo and independent artist, Albino Infantozzi, started to play drums influenced by The Beatles, Jimi Hendrix and Led Zeppelin.
In his adolescence, around the 1960's, he started his career doing gigs in pubs, and due to his drumming skills, was soon invited to take part in recording sessions. From that moment on, Albino has become a reference in the musical market and in the drumming community. He has recorded with great Brazilian stars like Raul Seixas, Fábio Junior, Fafá de Belém, Roberto Carlos, Zezé de Camargo & Luciano, Chitaozinho & Xororó Bruno & Marrone, Leonardo, Vítor & Leo, Amado Batista, Christian & Ralf, Teodoro & Sampaio, Roberta Miranda, Reginaldo Rossi and many other "sertanejo style" singers in important Brazilian mainstream media.
In 1998, Albino recorded two video lessons published by Vitalle Publishing Company. One of the lessons was about Double Bass techniques and the other lesson was called "Progressive Rock, the First Step". Both lessons were very well acclaimed by students and in the country of Brazil.
In his career, Albino has reached more than 10,000-recorded songs registered in the ECAD (Brazilian Rights Organization), and has taken part in important Brazilian TV shows such as Domingão do Faustão.
Today, Albino has his own studio in São Paulo, Brazil, built solely for recording drums. He is also on tour with Zezé de Camargo & Luciano and is playing/recording with Gospel artists and instrumental music.