Sup crumbums? So, maybe you're familiar with the Scene's annual People Issue, wherein we profile some of the most compelling locals we come across. Last year, for instance, we talked about Karen Elson, Ruby Amanfu and a bunch more; the year before, we got up close and personal with "Little" Jimmy Dickens, Birdcloud and others. Well, this year we want to add a little something different to the mix.
For the 2014 People Issue, we're opening up the floor to you, the people, and allowing you to nominate any locals you deem worthy. Here are the pertinent deets:
Do you know someone with a unique job, a remarkable story or a special place in the city? Submit your nomination by Feb. 8 — then come back and vote through Feb. 22 for your choice! We'll feature the person with the most votes in the People Issue.
And you don't have to limit yourself to musicians and music-biz insiders — political figures, athletes, community organizers, entrepreneurs, restaurateurs, weirdos ... they're all eligible, so long as they're Nashvillians. So hop to. We're looking forward to seeing what you come up with. Need that link again? Here it is.