And then I noticed something that was truly terrifying, something linking Nour Mehana to a figure of such repulsive evil that I felt a rush of prickly fear not unlike Jacobsen's: Just one week later, the same company that arranged Mehana's performance, also booked Carrot Top!
I talked to James Cullen of Anthem Artists who confirms that Nour Mehana's large band did arrive on Northwest Flight 327. Some of them came in from Detroit, and some from Lebanon. Cullen says they never said anything about a disturbance on the flight to him, even though "I stayed in the same hotel, they were nice, they stayed right above me." He said that they were fine musicians, put on a great show, and he would work with them again in the future.
Saturday, July 24
Nour Mehanamania is Runnin' Wild!
Nour Mehana is the singer whose band was on Northwest 327 which got Women's Wall Street writer Annie Jacobsen's shorts in a knot. From of all places, the National Review.
Posted by Howard Hoffman at 1:13 PM