The Murphs are a rock band based out of Atlanta, Georgia featuring Austin Coleman, Katie Coleman, Cody Marlowe, and Rob D’Angelo. The four friends constructed the idea of the band at an unknown party in 2017. The name stems from a favorite dive bar in Saint Simons Island called Murphy’s Tavern. The group declared themselves regulars of the joint; The Murphs. From Blues and Folk to Rock and Country, a wide variety of genres are found in their music; all directed to the expression of true, honest rock n roll. Singer/songwriter Austin Coleman (www.austincolemanmusic.com) primarily plays bass in the band adding lead and harmony vocals throughout the set. His wife, Katie, plays keys, tambourine, and adds lead and harmony vocals. Brother of Katie, Cody Marlowe (www.codymarlowe.com) sings and plays drums. Rob D’Angelo focuses on guitar leads and riffs. Together, this family band blends intriguing harmonies and tones reminiscent of music found in the old days.

Home Base: Atlanta, Georgia

Label: Independent

Genre: Roots Rock

Influences: Middle Brother, Dawes, Tom Petty, Delta Spirit, The Band, Deer Tick, The Eagles, Matt Vasquez, Marshall Tucker Band, Ryan Adams, Wilco, Jason Isbell, Jameson, Busch Light, Dewey Cox, The Blue Jean Committee

Members: Austin Coleman (www.austincolemanmusic.com)

Cody Marlowe (www.codymarlowe.com)

Katie Coleman

Rob D’Angelo

Websites: www.themurphsmusic.com



Contact: Cody Marlowe - (770) 561 5464

Booking: booking@codymarlowe.com



Original Tunes

Middle Georgia Blues

Southbound Train

Baby Panda

Out of my Hands


My Way Back Home

Another Pour


Chula Vista

Homebound Delirium Blues

Fat Pedro


Cover Tunes

Fortunate Son - C.C.R.

You’re No Good - Linda Ronstadt

Atlantic City - The Band

The Weight - The Band

Dreams - Fleetwood Mac

Landslide - Fleetwood Mac

Blues Eyes - Middle Brother

Give Me One Reason - Tracy Chapman

Crossroads - Blues Standard

Learning To Fly - Tom Petty

Mary Jane’s Last Dance - Tom Petty

Yer So Bad - Tom Petty

Southern Accents - Tom Petty

The Waiting - Tom Petty

Have You Ever Seen The Rain - C.C.R.

Folsom Prison - Johnny Cash

Peaceful Easy Feeling - The Eagles

Willin - Little Feat

Carmelita - Warren Zevon

Jolene- Ray Lamontagne