Project Description

Started in 2015 by Camden Chaffee and Ben Davis, Soul Six is a sextet comprised of Concord High School Jazz Students. This combo is very active in playing all over the Michiana area and is known as a tight, versatile and eclectic ensemble. 

Camden Chaffee – Guitar 

Camden will be a music education and history student at Indiana University in the fall. A student and protege of famed LA Studio guitarist, Michael Anthony, Camden has put in tremendous amounts of work studying both jazz and classical guitar.  He has made it a goal to make a difference through music, education and public service. 

Josh Peacock – trombone 

Josh is a junior at Concord High School and an experienced concert and jazz trombone musician. Beginning piano instruction at age 6 and having a driving passion for music ever since. Josh’s latest trombone achievements, in the last few months, include the Best Trombone Soloist award at the Ft. Wayne Snider HS Jazz Festival and being accepted to play with the Indiana All-State Band.

Jackson Trowbridge – sax

Jackson is an upcoming sophomore and in accordance to playing saxophone, Jackson also vocal lessons. His drive and passion for music is made evident through his playing. 

Isaac Fisher – Bass

Isaac is an upcoming senior at Concord Community High School. He has devoted considerable amounts of time working at both bass (upright acoustic and electric) and tuba. Isaac is currently a brass student of recognized educator, Gerry Knipfel. 

Ben Davis – piano 

Ben will be studying music education at Ball State University this upcoming fall. 

He has spent years skillfully training as both a jazz and classical pianist. Ben is very passionate about music, especially jazz, and plans on playing jazz for the rest of his life. 

Adam Peterson – drums 

Adam is a skilled percussionist who comes from the carefully molded percussion section at Concord, under the direction of Mr. Ben Runkel. Adam is the son of well-known area jazz educator, Steve Peterson and gets musical direction from him as well as his private teacher, Jim Bollero.