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Sunday performances at the 2003 Florida Folk Festival (Main Stage) (Disc 4)
- One compact disc. Martin and Gauss served as emcee. Based out of Burbank, California, Higgins was a Tarpon Springs native best known for his 1982 hit, Key Largo. He originally left St. Petersburg Junior College to play drums for the Tommy Roe band. He later moved to Atlanta to record the album Just Another Day in Paradise, which featured Key Largo. He also worked with Jimmy Buffet, Gordon Lightfoot, and actor Richard Boone. He was the great-great-great-grandson of the German poet Johan Goethe. His back-up band consisted of Jeff Punkham (mandolin, guitar), Michale Conway (bass guitar), Terry Pinkham (backing vocals), and Josh Pinkham (mandolin).