Live from Branson: Roubini Sings His Greatest Hits!

Catch Nouriel Roubini's Act Live!

Catch Nouriel Roubini's Act Live!

Tickets are now available to catch NYU Professor Nouriel Roubini live at his Academia Theater in Branson, Missouri.  These are the same tunes he’s been singing since Dow 6000…and they never get old!

He’s forecasted the show to begin at 8pm sharp, but if it, in fact, begins at 9:30, he’ll never tell!

Join us for an evening of economics, music and magic as Nouriel performs his greatest hits, including:

  • Too Soon, Too Fast
  • You’re My Double-Dip Sweetheart
  • A Recession to Remember
  • The Jobs Report Wouldn’t Be the Same Without You
  • There’s a Bad Swoon On the Rise
  • Affection for a Correction
  • Doom, Doom, Doom, Let’s Go Back to My Room
  • U-Shaped Lovin’
  • My Blips Don’t Lie
  • If Recovery is Right, I Don’t Wanna Be Wrong

Nouriel joins such legendary performers as Andy Williams, The Oak Ridge Boys and Take It To The Limit, the official Eagles Cover Band, in bringing his old-time, well-worn classics to the American stage.

No matter how many times you’ve heard these smash hits, you can never get enough, so come on down and reserve your seats today.

Please note that flash photography of any kind is expressly forbidden as it could damage Mr. Roubini’s ability to flawlessly see the future.  Please turn off all cellphones and electronic recording devices  as the performer would like to keep hard evidence of his prognostications to a minimum.  Group rates are available.  Admission is free for all short-biased hedge fund managers and Bloomberg reporters.

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  1. Season of the Witch commented on Oct 05

    i thought i was the only one sick of hearing the same thing albeit slightly tweaked from the prof.

    good work!

  2. Season of the Witch commented on Oct 05

    i thought i was the only one sick of hearing the same thing albeit slightly tweaked from the prof.

    good work!

  3. Harry Styron commented on Oct 10

    The word among the cognoscenti in Branson is that Roubini, far in advance of every other so-called visionary, has recognized that Ozarks audiences have a deep though unexpressed longing for an academic theater, especially one that features economists.

    Desperate to hear any kind of economics erudition after decades of force-feeding of cornball comedy and hillbilly schmaltz and bled dry by evangelists, the people of the Ozarks would welcome Larry Summers, Casey Mulligan, Brad DeLong or Robin Hanson. Can Megan McArdle sing? What about Krugman, does he need a new job?

    In Branson, we love variety shows! Maybe we can get the Harvard guys, the George Mason guys and the Chicago guys to take morning, afternoon and evening time slots. I know the timeshare companies would love to offer tickets as a part of their mini-vacations, especially if we can get the Freakonomics.

    Roubini may be ahead of his time. He may not be popular in New York, but he’d be welcomed warmly in Branson.

    And if he keeps saying the same thing he’ll eventually be correct again, like wide neckties and front-pleated trousers.

    TRB: “the cognoscenti in Branson” classic! thx!

  4. Harry Styron commented on Oct 10

    The word among the cognoscenti in Branson is that Roubini, far in advance of every other so-called visionary, has recognized that Ozarks audiences have a deep though unexpressed longing for an academic theater, especially one that features economists.

    Desperate to hear any kind of economics erudition after decades of force-feeding of cornball comedy and hillbilly schmaltz and bled dry by evangelists, the people of the Ozarks would welcome Larry Summers, Casey Mulligan, Brad DeLong or Robin Hanson. Can Megan McArdle sing? What about Krugman, does he need a new job?

    In Branson, we love variety shows! Maybe we can get the Harvard guys, the George Mason guys and the Chicago guys to take morning, afternoon and evening time slots. I know the timeshare companies would love to offer tickets as a part of their mini-vacations, especially if we can get the Freakonomics.

    Roubini may be ahead of his time. He may not be popular in New York, but he’d be welcomed warmly in Branson.

    And if he keeps saying the same thing he’ll eventually be correct again, like wide neckties and front-pleated trousers.

    TRB: “the cognoscenti in Branson” classic! thx!