Electric Codpiece
Electric Codpiece Everybody is talking about the Electric Codpiece out of Atlanta, GA. Full throttle and wide open from start to finish. Their sound is a combination of Driving Rock, Improv Jam, Reggae, and Native Americana people call CodRock.

ECP has been part of Floyd Fest, The Day Celebration Festival, the history making Morph Jam 1 and 2, as well as, Stop Drop & Roll, Deep Blue Sun, Ralph Roddenbery Band, Moon Goddess Cotillion, and Michael Hurwitz CD Release Jam's.

They play most often in and around Atlanta, GA at venues such as Moonshadow Tavern, The Five Spot, Smiths Olde Bar, and Zuffy's Place.

This is the band that reminds everyone not to take themselves too seriously and to just enjoy life. People seem to enjoy it.

Modern times fashion and style are determined by fashion houses and clothing designers, the same was not true during the Renaissance. During this period of re-birth of classical learning and advances in many areas, fashion was most often dictated by the nobility. With the exception of Elizabeth I, with her grand sense of uniqueness and style, the most unique style to come from the Renaissance was a man's accessory, the codpiece. The codpiece came into existence during the Middle Ages, became popular during the reigns of the Yorkists monarchs in England, attained full prominence during the reign of Henry VIII, and disappeared during the reign of Henry's daughter, Elizabeth I. The question of why the codpiece developed, changed and eventually disappeared can be answered fairly easily, if consideration is not given to the influence of the nobility in determining fashion and style. That the development of the codpiece was a necessity is commonly agreed upon by fashion historians.