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Once a hair-band lead-guitarist, Higdon's musical path was forever altered in the 90's by Indigo Girls and Springsteen, artists who represent the importance of story, reflection and truth in songwriting. The result is a compelling mix of thoughtful lyrics, dynamic performance, and memorable choruses - in other words, "Frequently melodic, often loud, mostly honest acoustic rock." His new album, The Ugly American, is a collection of acoustic songs written and recorded in Korea reflecting the experiences of being lost in a gigantic foreign city.