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Hall County native, band release new album at Vinyl
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Hall County native Cody Marlowe, center, drummer Kevin Sellors, left, and bassist Ryan Sellors will release the album "Silver and Gold" at 9 p.m. Friday at Vinyl in Atlanta.

Cody Marlowe and the Dead Flowers appears to be making a name on the music scene as the band’s newest album "Silver and Gold" will be independently released Friday with show at 9 p.m. at Vinyl in downtown Atlanta.

A Hall County native, Marlowe moved to Atlanta three years ago to attend Georgia State University. He has performed in the Gainesville area most of his life and has a large local following.

For the album "Silver and Gold," Marlowe teamed up with brothers, producer/drummer Kevin Sellors and bass player Ryan Sellors, to form his back-up band the Dead Flowers. During the recording process, Marlowe recruited Joey Huffman on organ and Nathan Bedingfield on electric guitar.

The new album can be heard at www.codymarlowe.com/music/.