Tisziji Muñoz: The Guitarist Who Quit Music and Became a Yogi

Tisziji Muñoz had an epiphany: “The music scene was just another form of death.”

On January 1, 1972, Tisziji Muñoz turned his back on music as a profession. By that time, the greatest electric jazz guitarist you’ve never heard had already been a child-prodigy Latin drummer, a baritone-ukulele player in the one-hit (“Canadian Sunset”) teen doo-wop group the Arrogants, and a promising young guitar slinger in Toronto’s small but intense early-’70s jazz milieu. But then he had an epiphany: “The music scene was just another form of death.” Read more at WonderingSound.com

 

 

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