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New Durango company takes on the hard part of making music
Jesse Ogle, co-owner of iAM, works with Ben DeBelina, 12, on the double bass during a music lesson. Ben is the son of Steve and Mary Jill DeBelina.
Autumn Stevens, 13, sings a song that she wrote as Ashley Edwards, co-owner of iAM – short for Independent Artist Management, plays the keyboard during a vocal performance and song writing lesson. Autumn is the daughter of Lynn and Eric Stevens.
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iAM management bands Copper & Congress and Hello Dollface will play at 9 p.m. Thursday at The Summit, 600 Main Ave. ($3). Copper & Congress will give a workshop at 6 p.m. today at the iAM studios at 1111 Camino del Rio. The cost is on a sliding

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Looking to book your band? iAM.

Jesse Ogle, co-owner of iAM, works with Ben DeBelina, 12, on the double bass during a music lesson. Ben is the son of Steve and Mary Jill DeBelina.
Autumn Stevens, 13, sings a song that she wrote as Ashley Edwards, co-owner of iAM – short for Independent Artist Management, plays the keyboard during a vocal performance and song writing lesson. Autumn is the daughter of Lynn and Eric Stevens.
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