The Ultimate night of Givn’r

Fubar's Nightseeker descends on Victoria's Club 9ONE9

The Deaner's (Second from left) band Nightseeker descends on Victoria's Club 9ONE9 Wed., April 24.

Ever wonder what a prairie seashell is?

Let Dean Murdoch from Fubar teach you the art of the party Wednesday night at Club 9ONE9.

“You hold up a case of Pilsner to your ear and basically you just hear the party,” says Murdoch, also known as The Deaner.

“It’s like AHHHH! SHWOO! It doesn’t matter if it’s a case or a two-four. The two-four is a little louder, though.”

The prairie seashell is just one of the gems The Deaner spouts on his Twitter account (@Dean_Murdoch), where his motto is “Givn’r to your Liv’r.”

The Deaner says there’s no real science behind givn’r, “It’s more math, really.”

“Everyone’s got their personal best — that’s what people don’t understand about partying. You compare yourself to someone, you end up passed out before you even leave the house. If I tried to go head to head with Andre the Giant, there’s no way I’d win. You got to find your inner champion, your top shape. Maybe that’s a six-pack, maybe it’s a six-pack, a joint and a couple shots of Jager.”

Deaner’s band Nightseeker, also from the Fubar films, is a straight forward rock band. Fans can expect to hear a few tunes from the films, a few covers and maybe even “a campfire interlude in the middle of the show.”

There might even be a few tracks from the new record Nightseeker is currently recording.

Get your rockin’ ass down to Club 9ONE9 Wednesday night for the ultimate night of givn’r. Doors at 8pm. $20. M

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