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Crookfest is a annual may bank holiday rock music festival held in the County Durham market town of Crook with a variety rock styles performed by cover/tribute bands across 3 stages inside large marquees. The event takes place on Sunday 5th May 2019 in the Millfield ground home of Crook Town AFC from noon untill 11pm along with food and beer stalls a-plenty.

Rock Bands... Coda a Tribute to Led Zeppelin, AC/DC-GB, Mane Attraction, Circa69, Tubesnake, Edenthorn.

Punk Reggae Ska... The Marley Experience, The Sex Pistols Experience, Skapones, Panic Report, The Me Mes, The Anarchists. 

Indie Mod 80-90s... Revolver, ZEN, The Baggy Mondays, Deeper Season, The Thieves, Collaborators.

Crook Town AFC  Durham  Tickets £15 @


Tempest in Houghton
I must confess I’ve never been a big fan of artists who use backing tracks -  with the exception of Russ Tippins -  they all seemed to lack the spontaneity of a full line up. So when some friends recommended I go see a duet called Tempest featuring a guy on guitar with backing tracks and a lass on vocals I was hesitant to say the least. I couldn’t have been more wrong; Kaz & Ritchie are 2 of the nicest people you could want to meet and deliver a widely varied set that has never failed to impress.
We went to see Tempest at Houghton Sports & Social club 30th March where a decent crowd were treated to a great night with tracks from Patti Smith, Chris Rea, AC/DC, Blondie & Fleetwood Mac among others. For me, the highlight of the evening was their rendition of the Cranberries “Promises” which emphasised Kaz’s vocals as being the most powerful I’ve heard of any performer of either sex in the North East circuit – not a credit I give lightly and without some thought. In any band, the singer tends to be the focal point of the band and a singer as good as Tempest’s holds the attention, but it shouldn’t detract from Ritchie on guitar who played a storming set as well as taking the vocal lead a couple of times.
The sound was spot on, the band mixed with the audience before, during and after the show, the set list was excellent, having a girl on vocals gives a flexibility that a male based band cannot achieve, I cannot recommend Tempest highly enough, if you get a chance to see them, take it with both hands.
The Seaham Silverback.


Just heard, courtesy of Alan Fizzyfish, that the Ship Inn, Richmond has closed - whether temp or permanent is unknown -  so any bands with a gig there will need to look elsewhere.


The Glendale Rock nights are going down really well, the place was packed and there was a good friendly atmosphere in the place. I’d guess there was 80-ish in, punters were coming in late and leaving as there were no more seats, so the solution is going to be get there early if you intend to go to a gig there. I’ve been following Lock n Load for a couple of years, I first saw them at beer festival since when the line-up has gone through a couple of changes. Dave, the current singer was originally on drums and they had a girl on vocals with legs up to her armpits, I’ve got to say she was easier on the eye than Dave, but Dave’s vocals suit the current set list down to a tee.
Kicking off with “Tie your mother down” they ran through tracks from Whitesnake, AC/DC, Bryan Adams, ZZ Top and Zeppelin in the first set alone. Journey’s “Separate ways” was always going to stretch the old vocal chords and we’ve all heard it murdered on numerous occasions but the band pulled it off like it was another day in the office.
Now I’m regularly accused of being proper OCD about the sound, balance and levels but I couldn’t find fault with any of that from the word go, I was much impressed with the guitar sound in particular that captured Brian May’s tone for the opening Queen number, to Billy Gibbons choppy fuzz, Bryan Adams jangly intro on “Run to you” and Gary Moore’s mournful sustain on “Still got the blues”. All from 1 guitar. Respect.
The band are a mix of ages, so some of the set was written before they were born; now as an aging rocker I applaud this tribute to the music I love, but feel slightly sad that little of any musical value seems to have risen to the top for young bands to play. The second set picked up where the first had finished with a bit of Bon Jovi then the band threw in “Nellie the elephant” to a rapturous greeting before some more Whitesnake, AC/DC, Billy Idol and G&R before finishing the night with “The Hunter” – always gonna go down well in Houghton. A cracking night all round, the band were happy, everybody I spoke to had a great time and the club sold lots of beer. Next up “The Force” on 29th of this month.
The Seaham SIlverback

Steve Hutchinson from South Shields has recently re-joined CLASSIC CLAPTON on keyboards & backing vocals.
He was a member of Animals 2 for 6 years during the 1990s alongside original members Hilton Valentine & John Steel.
Currently he performs with heritage band Animals 3 and also UK Legends. He previously played with Classic Clapton from 2003 - 2005.


Looks like there is yet another change of management and booking agent at The Maggie Bank and all bands booked by the previous team are once again cancelled. If bands think they are playing there they should get in touch with the pub to clarify the situation.


That little birdie that told Riffs what a crackin' gig awaited anyone partaking of ghostly goings-on at the Glendale last Friday has, we are cock-a-hoop to say, put his money where his mouth is [or should we say 'beak']. He not only popped in to said establishment with some mates but was good enough to write a quick appraisal of the gig and sent it in to Riffs. So, without further ado . . .

'Last Friday we went to see The Ghost Band at Houghton Glendale WMC. For me this was a much anticipated gig, I’d seen them at Philadelphia beer festival last year playing a brief set and I was much impressed by their choice of Blues/Rock and the level of musicianship. Last night built on that first impression as the band ran through tracks from Hendrix, Gary Moore, Jeff Healey, Tom Petty, John Mayall and Free among others. The guys I’d brought with me hadn’t seen the band before and were captivated by the whole show. In fact the entire evening should have been videoed and distributed to all bands in the region; 3 guys who aren’t exactly in the first flush of youth had all their gear brought in, connected and checked in 20 minutes.
The sound check took literally 5 – 10 minutes and was spot on throughout the night. A far cry from other bands I’ve seen recently who spent 75 minutes on a sound check and the sound was shite when they’d done, it took the “sound engineer” all the first set to get it somewhere near, even walking around with an iPad. What’s the point of all those hours of practice if you sound like you’re playing inside a spin dryer? I’m sure we’ve all sat through 45 minutes of fretboard masturbation turned up to 11. Watch the Ghost Band and see how it’s done.
Climbing off my high horse, I can recommend the Ghost Band to anyone who appreciates good music played well with the minimum distraction and gobshitery between numbers.'

The Seaham Silverback.


Just heard from Stormy Phil that the Ship Inn at Benton is now closed.



As someone who has seen first-hand the absolutely wonderful and caring work our beloved Nurses do (and the amount of piss that Hunt Jeremy takes) I have no hesitation in giving a big shout out to the Valentines Night gig at The Alexandra in Grangetown, Sunderland.
The palliative care nurses working in St Benedicts Hospice in Sunderland are walking the Great Wall of China - yes, they are going to walk along the Great Wall of China!!) to raise funds for St Benedicts Hospice Charity.
Tickets are £6 available from The Alex, the Hospice or
just turn up on the night and splash cash on the door. Please pop along and help these wonderful people - oh, nearly forgot - there's a jam-packed evening of live music too!!!
The Wolcott Band
Exit Left
Joanne Wallace
Steve Ayther



A little birdie tells Riffs what a cracking little venue Glendale Social Club in Houghton le Spring is, and what a great night it should be this Friday when The Ghost Band take to the stage. Birdie Dave goes on to say: 'The club have bands on every 2nd & 4th Friday of the month. Normally no cover charge, cheap beer and a nice clean club with loads of free parking. It’s on the bus route too for those who use public transport although I’m not sure what time the local buses stop running. I’m just an interested punter and have nothing to do with the club, but I like to encourage and support anyone who is prepared to get stuck in.'


If you like your rock of the hard and heavy variety check out Conspiracy Theory; a new band making inroads into the north east rock and metal scene. If you’re a bit tired of seeing too many rock bands playing the same old stuff, CT’s intention is to do the songs that no-one else does. And that doesn’t mean obscure material you’ve never heard of, if you’re into rock and metal you’ll know everything they do. From Rainbow to Dio, Whitesnake to Purple, Maiden to Priest, Uriah Heep to Rush or the guitar greats such as Schenker or Moore, you won’t forget them in a hurry. With stellar musicianship from highly experienced players having cut their teeth in bands such as PowerAge, Ministry of Rock, Black Rose and On The Rocks you’re bound to have a night to remember. You can catch them at Trillians, Newcastle on Friday 22nd February, The Penny Gill, Spennymoor Sunday 3rd March, Acklam Steelies Club, Middlesbrough Saturday 9th March or the Big Jug, Durham on Friday 15th March.



One of the most enjoyable things I like to do is to announce the birth of a new band, and if they are a Rock band with pedigree then space on Riffs is a must. So without further ado let me announce . . .
STARZ, who are a new rock covers band and include three of the north east's top musicians who have decided to play some songs that were a little different from 'the usual stuff'. The band features members from bands such as Pistoleros, Bryan Adams Experience, Black Rose (not the TL one), The Paul Rodgers Story, Stoneheart, American Girl to name a few and are all well known throughout the north east for putting on a great show. The set list includes classic and modern punk rock (Sex Pistols/Green Day etc), glam rock (T Rex / Bowie etc), heavy rock (Motley Crue / Marilyn Manson etc) soft rock (Van Halen / The Cult etc) pop (Dead or Alive / Kinks etc) plus plenty of great songs for those that want to dance and some surprises including rock versions of songs by Gary Numan and the Bee Gees.
The band start gigging this month and you can check them out here -
Sunday 13th - Vigilant Inn, South Shields (7pm)
Saturday 19th - Holey Molies, Skelton, Teesside
Sunday 20th - Times Inn, Seaham
Thursday 31st - Osbournes, Yarm
The full list of all Starz gigs are on Riffs Gig Listings page, but for more info about the band go to


Riding On The Crest Of The New Wave fitted no-one better than Lene Lovich who this year is celebrating the 40th anniversary of ‘Stateless’, her debut album, featuring cult hit 'Lucky Number' by touring the UK in March 2019 and is set to appear at Newcastle Riverside on the 8th of March. The song was originally a 'b' side to 'I Think We're Alone Now' but was reissued as an 'a' side by Stiff in '79. Before joining Stiff Records (The Damned, Devo, Ian Dury, etc), her early work included performing in cabaret clubs as a London go-go dancer, voice-over work recording screams for Hammer Film Productions, and being the lyricist for French disco artist Marc Cerrone (including penning the sci-fi dance hit ‘Supernature’). Riffs has no further details regarding the gig as yet.....
Now let's see if I can still fit into my old 'If It Ain't Stiff . . .' t-shirt....


Just had a heads up regarding The Magnesia Bank in North Shields; it appears the booking of the bands is now being undertaken by someone anew; and the usual confusion has ensued, so it is most advisable that any band who thinks they have a booking at that venue to double check asap.


One of the top AC/DC tribute bands that are on offer to the good people of the North-East is surely Livewire. They are getting a great reputation for their annual shindig at Blackhall Colliery Community Centre in Hartlepool and they have just announced this year's gig - Saturday, Feb 23. It is a stunning venue with two bars and easy free parking. The band have purposely kept the price the same as last year and also hope to keep the same 300 capacity. Tickets on sale now £15 from  or  07841 033579. The pic above is from last year's gig at the Centre.

It's always a breath of fresh air to hear what other people think of the bands that we have featured, not only in our very own Riffs reviews, but also regularly in our listings. And one of the great stalwarts of the Rock brigade is the good ol' trusted and reliable Rock Solid. Good friend of Riffs Dave Fulton was kind enough to pen his thoughts on the gig by that very band on Boxing Day so, without further ado, here is said review:

If it’s Boxing Day, then Rock Solid must be playing in Houghton. In a tradition that started in the old Buffs club in Houghton (now a Wetherspoons) probably 12 years ago or more, the Solids have played to broadly the same crowd of fans of proper Rock in a friendly setting; this year in Houghton Sport & Social club. Originally advertised as a civilised alternative to turkey sandwiches with the in-laws it continues to draw a good crowd and this year was no exception. Kicking off with “Tie your mother down” and running through a compendium of 70s & 80s hard Rock, the band played new stuff by Saxon & Maiden along with perennial favourites by Priest, Rainbow, Ozzy, Purple and AC/DC. Playing as tight as I’ve heard them, this was no nonsense Rock with well-balanced sound and an easy rapport with their audience. How many times have you gone to listen to a band and they throw something into the set and you think to yourself “Lord, it’s years since I heard this” then you go home and dig out the vinyl or raid the Pirate Bay and re-acquaint yourself with the stuff? Saxon’s “Frozen Rainbow” did that for me, and Priest’s cover of “Diamonds & Rust” was another. How fortunate we are to have such a back catalogue of classic music to listen to, and bands like Rock Solid who dig them out, rehearse them and serve them up for our continued delight. Long may it continue; catch the Solids again on Good Friday, 19th April in Houghton Sports & Social.

(we have used an old pic of Rock Solid so many many apologies to the band if the line up has in any way changed)


Coming to the Hartlepool Supporters Club on Saturday Jan 5 is The Sean Webster Band and our very own local lad Russ Tippins. Russ is a legend around the North-East - and no doubt further afield - with his ability to coax Metal mayhem from his guitar one minute and soulful soothings the next. He can fit into a Rock crowd with ease and yet his intimate acoustic evenings are a joy to behold. Worth the ticket price alone in our opinion; but for those who would like to know a bit more about the headliners, here are a few snippets of what has been said about the Sean Webster Band;

"The resultant impression I am left with is a really superb album that manages to effortlessly straddle the divide between Blues and high quality AOR, interspersed with splashes of Soul and Country."
NIGEL FOSTER - The Blues Foundation
"Loving the album. I'll play loads of tracks on my radio show over the coming weeks."
PAUL LONG - Blues and Roots Connections
"If you like a bit of bluesy soulfulness, delivered with conviction and great musicianship, Leave Your Heart At Door will surely fit the bill. Just keep the Kleenex handy". 
IAIN CAMERON - Blues Enthused
" I had a lovely day with this Sean, such a breath of fresh air "
JON ASTLEY - Close To The Edge Mastering

Tickets £15 / 17 from ents24


This Machine are back on the map with a new website, Facebook page and also a new addition to their line up.

Recently joining the band is Paul Richardson, some of you may know him from Black Rose, Slip of the Tongue, Destroyer and also doing a mean Eddie Van Hailen in top tribute band Van Hailen UK

Paul joins the familiar line up of Norman, Tony, Le Sequel and the Hamster of Doom to make This Machine a 5 piece again. Check out their revamped Facebook and website (featuring blogs, videos and everything else) at 

To get a taste of the new line up then watch the band live  HERE

Last few gigs of the year are

14th Dec  Peterlee Central Club 

15th Dec  The Turbinia, Newton Aycliffe 

22nd Dec  The Fat Ox, Whitley Bay (special Christmas Show)
28th Dec  The market Tavern, Bedlington

30th Dec  The Queens Head, Cullercoats


Very late change for tonight (Friday 7th) at the Blacksmiths Arms, Gosforth High Street as The Whole Hog were unable to make the gig so facilitated their replacement, who are Skullduggery who will take their place.


Next review to be uploaded that was done back in 2008 will be - hopefully - The Kicks


'Ere's one for ya; this review from back in 2008 (I think!) is of Wild Rumours and was penned by Riffs' Val . . .


Don't know who these guys are - any idea anyone?


Michelle Davies from Usworth and Washington Gardeners Club has contacted Riffs with gratitude not only for our support, but also for the support of all you local lads and lasses who gave so generously - the club raised a mighty £1600 in aid of Help For Heroes recently. Well done all you Usworth and Washington peeps!!!!


Neon Nights.


Alice in Sunderland The Mad Coopers Tea Party
; Sunday November 18th 3.00pm

The Alexandra Grangetown Sunderland, Tickets £10.

A unique opportunity to join the band up close and personal; we will be performing all the Cooper greats with all the usual theatrics and then join us for tea.....err Cooper style :-)

There will be restricted tickets sales available but you can pre book with the band through our FB page and limited tickets available from The Alexandra and St Benedicts.

So please come and join us supporting St Benedicts.


If you can stop laughing long enough . . . anybody have an idea of who this band is?


yeah, I know this is not music-related but . . . this is horrific, horrific stuff......

Dozens of heavily-armed hunters rode into a national park in Cameroon, butchered over 600 majestic elephants, then hacked off their faces for their tusks. Poachers have annihilated half of central Africa’s last elephants. And no one's been able to stop them.
Until now!
Brave investigators have gone undercover in poaching rings in ten African countries, and already more than 2,000 traffickers have been jailed!
It’s awe-inspiring stuff, and it’s won awards, but many funders are wary of going head-to-head with organised crime. We may be the best community to scale this extraordinary operation, fast.
Four elephants are killed an hour -- it’s a race against time before we lose these gentle giants forever. But if we each give now, this team can expand to more countries, lock up more kingpins and complicit officials -- and we can ramp up campaigning to protect these beautiful creatures and all of our vulnerable natural world.
Please log in to - and give a few quid.
If you wish to donate immediately (as Riffs did) then go direct to the donation page

Another review from 2008 here, this one at The Three Tuns in Gateshead featuring punk stalwarts The Janitors - courtesy of Riffs' Val.







Shame we were told about this gig only today (Monday) as we could have given you much more info than the poster. However, we can't. Oh, we do know it's for charity - but not which one! It was only thanks to Paul from Millennium that we have this info. And it's for this Saturday (13th) from 1pm till midnight.
NB: If you are putting on a gig that includes Rock or Metal and you would like publicity then tell us about it well in advance and we will do just that.


We now host a review of Last Minute, written in July of - we think - 2008. We are reasonably sure the band is still gigging to this day (please get in touch lads if you are).


Just heard from Alan Fizzyfish concerning The Royal in Stanley, seems they are all at sixes and sevens with their booking diary - best double check if you reckon you have a gig with them.

Well, don't know about anyone else, but I've had a good ol' earful of Zeppelin this month (Zeptember) - and I mean that in a good way - cos I don't think there was a track up to Presence that I have not only not listened to, but re-downloaded in FLAC format. I realised initially listening to Motorhead by Motorhead off Motorhead that Mp3 just doesn't do it - not on 11 with quality digital headphones it certainly doesn't and I understand, I believe, I do sort of get the impression, that dear ol' Lemmy would sort of appreciate me hurtin mesel like, not far off pain. Tinnitus is the price for all that Rock and Metal; and I wouldn't change a damn thing. But back to Zep. Great band, and poor Plant has had some bad times in his life (yeah, and some good times). That first album, just don't get sick of it, every time I listen it's like the first time. Recorded for less than sixpence, and the lads were positively gushing with enthusiasm and skill. Those first few albums were truly inspirational and I just don't see how I could have enjoyed my youth without them.

The brilliant Baz Warne fails at Elvis impression

Well, being a lazy scrote of late I have not added any reviews from way back, and as more than a few people (wonder how many 'more' is, first off you need to guess how many a 'few' is, then guage how many 'more' is, then add them. I guess) have said they liked them, even though one person said "I don't see the point in hosting reviews from all those years ago". But, when you think about it, everything is in the past - it just depends how far back you want to go.  Mmmm, anyway, this review (from Queen of cleavage) is of the always-brilliant Baz Warne.....Not too sure the date but I guess could be 2008.....


Well, credit where credit is due and we have just heard of another bunch of selfless musicians who are giving of their time - and of course, most importantly, skills - to support a very much needed local charity. When the lads found out the Activity Den in Stanley was in dire need of some help, it didn't take long for them to step forward with the unanimous shout "Here we are - and we're ready to Rock". So it is that The Straits UK are giving of their best on Friday October 19 at the Angel Inn, Durham. Some local support would be, to say the least, most appreciated . . . Oh, and if you are in a generous mood, there will be donations on the door.; please, don't be an old stinge.

"Upon us all a little rain must fall"

"Just a big big thank you from me and the boys from Big River for running our FOC Charity Fundraiser ad. The day was a great success and we raised over £1500 for Prostate Cancer UK. We had some great performers and a vast array of volunteers to make the day the success it was.

We are hoping to make it an annual event so once again thanks guys".


Call me a finnicky fuckpig, but if your gig intends to start around nine, please (and I don't really mean that 'please') do not list your gig as starting any earlier. It really boils my piss. Geddit?
Harks back to the night I was really really poorly (oh yes, we're talking proper Man Flu here) but I also really really (there just has to be another word for 'really', there really must) wanted to see the band. They advertised an 8.30pm start time so, being a punctual little twat, I got there dead on 8.30pm. Forego the usual JD and bought a very week orange and lemonade (eat your heart out Lemmy) and anticipated an iminent appearance . . . and waited . . . and waited . . . till at 9pm the band took to the stage (a full eight hours later by my flu-powered watch). So you can see why now it gets on my proverbial tits when a band or venue basically lies about what time the band is due on stage just to, presumably, get the punters to buy more drinks. Don't get me wrong, I can't STOP you doing it - but at Riffs (and of course at no other avenue in my life) I am in charge. So just see where it gets you. Oh, and while I'm on can we have a big cheer . . . well, I'm waiting . . . for Paul Tuns in Gateshead who has no qualms about being totally honest (does anyone remember honesty? - another dying virtue) and advertises his bands starting at 9.15.


Mick from Overdrive has contacted Riffs with the following info:
'Looks like The Royal in Stanley have gone to last Saturday of the month for bands. Just been in touch on FB so would advise any bands booked there to do the same. Heard a few stories so this might clear things up. New management there so would be good to keep this venue going.'

Riffs has just received an update to the Borderland gig on Sat Oct 13:

Please note admission to this event is by ADVANCE TICKETs ONLY. Anyone interested in booking tickets please contact David Snaith on 07789 774027 NO LATER than Weds 10th Oct. The venue has specified that no tickets can be available on the door. Many thanks for your understanding.

No doubt by now those Borderland guys will be saying: "where's our fuckin' advert you promised you lying Riffs shits?" And, y'know, I wouldn't blame them, but you gotta believe, ya just gotta believe that I am pretty busy and I do take my time over some ads to get it right (well, what I consider right anyway) and, after a few days, and with the picture Borderland supplied, the ad is now unveiled today -  ta-dah.......... [always have some rock blasting in my headphones when on my pootah, and just finishishing this ad for Borderland's charity gig while listening to . . . Bowie's 'Heroes' - now how apt is that?!!]. Here's the ad.....

Mind you, looking at that oh-so-sweet cutie in the pic, I just can't imagine her saying "fuckin'".
Although . . .



Riffs is just getting a sniff of a very interesting Queen tribute appearing at the Benedictine Social Club Cramlington on Friday 9th Nov.
They are going under the name Qween and include some very accomplished musicians.
Tickets not yet on sale but we understand them to be around the six pound mark.
More as we get it . . . tap, tap, tap, tap,.............



Funny ol' day. Feel pissed on these painkillers, can hardly type properly and am missing out gigs. Shit, roll on op. Anyway, time to embarrass those Borderland chaps cos have just typed in to October listings not one but TWO charity gigs they are undertaking that month. Well done guys - wish there was something we can give you - hey shit man there is - a boxed advert free of charge for one whole month for whatever gig you want is totally yours. That do ya?!! (hope so cos we have fuck all else).

And if ya wanna hear some Zep then Stormy Monday (pic) on the 20th and 28th at the Black Bull Morpeth and the Star Inn Newcastle respectively should do you proud.


Well, it's Zeptember and, along with Planet Rock, we are celebrating in the way which only we can: Every band that plays any Zep songs in their set will be allowed to have their gig listing highlighted in the special Zeptember colour (I know, we couldn't believe it ourselves!). But, as Riffs psychic abilities are absolute zero, you must let us know what Zep tracks you play and then we will highlight your gig............And you may have noticed that the month - Zeptember if we haven't already mentioned it - culminates in a mega double bill with AC/DC GB along with Dizzy Lizzy. Just a tenner at Shildon Civic Hall. And not sure why we mentioned that cos it's nothing to do with Zep. Could be these strong painkillers which have a weird side-effect of making one feel very very drunk.

Thanks to 'Gerry' who points out our pics on the Index page are of Rattlesnake Road and features a good pal of his playing Bass and singing. His name is Stu Burlison and he is currently playing bass with the fabulous George Shovlin’ and the Radars he is also bassist / vocalist in Skullduggery along with Fred Purvis. Stu is very well known and has also played with top bands Messenger, Brass Alley and Under the Radar.


Fans of AC/DC and Thin Lizzy are in line for a special night when two of the countries best tribute bands play at Shildon Civic Hall on Saturday 29th September.

AC/DC GB and DIZZY LIZZY will take to the stage to perform all the well known classic tracks these two great rock bands have recorded over the years.

DIZZY LIZZY, who hail from Birmingham, have been praised by none other than Phil Lynott's own mum, Philomena, saying “these boys are the closest tribute to playing my sons music!” Enough said!

From Rosalie and The Boys are Back in Town, to Waiting for an Alibi and Emmerald, DIZZY LIZZY bring the iconic twin guitar harmony sound of Thin Lizzy back to life and deliver a performance the great man himself would be proud of.

AC/DC GB, from the North East of England themselves, are highly regarded as one of the most authentic tributes to the legendary Aussie rockers “AC/DC” around. Years of dedication and their meticulous attention to detail have ensured their shows are as close to a real DC gig as it is possible to get.

From the rasping vocals of Jono, to the neck wringing, duck walking energy of Angus; the wall of Marshalls, to the replica prepared for an outstanding night of hard hitting rock!


Tickets £10 on the night.    Doors open 19:00hrs.        Show 19:45hrs



One day Music festival outside in the car park of The New Plough Dipton on Sunday 26th August from 1pm through until 9.30ish the line up as follows;

Scott Kiers 1.10pm to 2..00pm 50mins

Sofi Johnson                   2.05pm to 2.55pm 50mins

Blue Diamond Duo          3.05pm to 4.05pm 60 mins

Fire Lady Luck Band       4.25pm to 5.40pm 75mins

White Feathers duo        5.55pm to 6.55pm 60 mins

The Pretty Weeds Band  7.30pm to 8.50pm 80mins

Here is a link to the New Plough facebook page


If you are planning on going to the Three Tuns in Gateshead this weekend - and shame on you if you are not! - then please double check our Listings page as there have been a couple of changes.
We are bang up to date as we get all our info straight from Paul Tuns so be assured what you see on our Listings page is defo what is on.



Great to hear from those solid rocksters featured on our Index page. By way of an update, the band is still going strong and coincidentally have just produced a short promo video filmed at ‘The Office’ now the Queen Vic.This is the link and Riffs urges you - and any other wannabee North-East Rock bands - to check them out on this stunning video - HERE
They are currently taking bookings for 2019, but people can see them over the next few weeks at the following venues:
Sunday 19th Aug - The Crook Hotel, (4pm)
Saturday 25th Aug - The Pelaw Inn
Sunday 26th Aug - The Mallard, Seaham (6pm)
Friday 31st Aug - The Penny Gill, Spennymoor
Saturday 1st September- The Mill House, Crook
Of course all of these dates are in Riffs Listings page.





NEWS JUST IN . . . Rising Sun in Crawcrook has been taken over and cancelled all bands,


Just heard that The Market Tavern in Chester le Street has cancelled all bands. Dave from Rockers FM tells us: 'I have received a text from the management of the Market Tavern in Chester le street that the new company no longer will have bands on. We were booked to play there this Friday so presumably all bands forthwith will receive the same message.  Cheers Dave'


I know only too well the lack of heavy Rock and Metal bands that play at the clubs - and often you have to suffer bingo between the bands - yes, believe it!!
So how cockahoop are we here at Riffs to be able to shout about a Heavy Metal and Rock gig at Hartlepool Supporters Club coming up Saturday Sep 16. It features heavier than hell tribute BLAKK SABBATH, supporting Newcastle-based RIFF RAFF.
A nice big stage - just gagging at the bit to hold up those Marshall stacks. And what an intro do Blakk Sabbath have!!!
The lads know how to tease and that long intro just shows how much thought these lads have put into their live show. Just check out this video: HERE.
Tickets are just £8 / £10 available from ents24 (soz, but you'll need to pay that dreaded 'booking fee'!!)

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Emmanuel Curtil est un acteur français. Spécialisé dans le doublage et la voix off, il s'est notablement illustré dans de nombreuses productions télévisuelles et cinématographiques. Il est notamment la voix française régulière de Jim Carrey[2], Johnny Knoxville, Dean Cain, Mike Myers, Doug Savant, Matthew Perry, Sacha Baron Cohen et Kyle Chandler ainsi qu'entre autres une des voix de Ben Stiller et Mark-Paul Gosselaar. Il est aussi la voix du personnage George Stobbart, héros de la série de jeux vidéo Les Chevaliers de Baphomet. Il est également la voix de plusieurs personnages tels que Buck dans la saga L'Âge de Glace, Simba dans la trilogie Le Roi Lion, Roublard dans Opération Casse-noisette et Opération Casse-noisette 2, Dimitri dans Anastasia, Kronk dans Kuzco ainsi que d'autres.

Il est le frère de Sylvie Jacob, également comédienne de doublage.


Né d'un père ostéopathe et d'une mère agent artistique, il est encouragé par celle-ci à entrer dès 9 ans au cours Simon à Paris. « À cet âge-là, quand on monte sur scène, on n'a pas le trac ! »[3], déclare-t-il.

À dix ans, il fait ses débuts dans la télévision et le cinéma. Il décroche son premier rôle dans un téléfilm, L'Oiseau bleu du metteur en scène Gabriel Axel, qu'il retrouve par la suite dans Les Colonnes du ciel. Tout s'accélère lorsque Robert Hossein remarque le petit garçon et lui propose de jouer dans une adaptation cinématographique des Misérables[2], aux côtés de Lino Ventura.

Il incarne ensuite Paul dans la comédie musicale Paul et Virginie de Jean-Jacques Debout.

En 1983, il décroche le rôle de Stéphane dans le film Vive les femmes ! de Claude Confortès. Il compte aussi à son palmarès de nombreux rôles dans des téléfilms et séries comme Pause café, Placé en garde à vue avec Serge Lama ou Tribunal aux côtés de Michèle Laroque.

Il fait son entrée dans le milieu de la postsynchronisation lorsque Barbara Tissier lui conseille d'auditionner pour la société de doublage SOFI, qui recherche des voix « jeunes ». Il est choisi immédiatement et commence une carrière prolifique. Il double Zack (Mark-Paul Gosselaar) dans Sauvés par le gong[2], puis Clark (Dean Cain) dans Loïs et Clark[2], Gary dans Demain à la une[2], Matt dans Melrose Place, Chandler (Matthew Perry) dans Friends[2] et Tom Scavo (Doug Savant) dans Desperate Housewives.

La grande notoriété acquise en tant que voix françaises de Rachel, Chandler et Joey dans la série Friends ayant réduit la possibilité d'autres engagements, Dorothée Jemma, Emmanuel Curtil et Marc Lesser demandent une augmentation de salaire qui conduit à leur remplacement à partir de la saison 9[4],[5].

Au cinéma, il devient la voix habituelle de Jim Carrey[6] tandis que les dessins animés lui offrent des rôles comme Simba dans Le Roi lion ou encore Moïse dans Le Prince d'Égypte. En revanche, son doublage de Jake Gyllenhaal dans Donnie Darko a été jugé peu convaincant par les cinéphiles, ce qui a quelque peu nui au succès du film[réf. nécessaire].

Pour le besoin de certaines productions, il lui arrive de chanter, par exemple dans Le Roi lion (1994) Anastasia (1997) et The Mask, ainsi que dans un épisode musical de Buffy contre les vampires où il interprète la voix chantée de Giles (habituellement doublé par Nicolas Marié).

À partir de 1994, il devient la voix off des jingles et autopromotions de la station Fun Radio, jusqu'en 1998.

À partir de 1997, il prête sa voix au personnage de George Stobbart, héros de la série Les Chevaliers de Baphomet, jeux vidéo créés par Revolution Software.

En 2006, Emmanuel Curtil est remonté sur les planches dans Rutabaga Swing de Didier Schwartz, une comédie dramatique avec chansons. Il a également fait une apparition dans une chanson des Wriggles[réf. nécessaire]. Du 10 mars au 13 avril 2010, il est à l'affiche d'une comédie musicale intitulée Les Indifférents.

À partir de 2012, à la suite du décès de Gérard Rinaldi, il lui succède pour doubler le personnage de Dingo dans la série d'animation La Maison de Mickey.

  • Mais n'te promène donc pas toute nue !, mis en scène par Yves-Marie Maurin au théâtre de Nesle
  • Paoli et Bonaparte, mis en scène par H. Mary au Festival d’Ajaccio
  • 1992 : Paul et Virginie de Jean-Jacques Debout, mis en scène par Régis Santon au théâtre de Paris – Paul
  • Quitter Paris, mis en scène par E. Szerman au Tambour royal
  • Jack et le Haricot magique, mis en scène par Oscar Sisto au théâtre du Temple
  • 2006 : Rutabaga Swing de Didier Schwartz, mis en scène par Philippe Ogouz à la Comédie des Champs-Élysées
  • 2010 : Les Indifférents de Camille Turlot et Éric Szerman, mis en scène par Stéphane Cottin au théâtre Daniel-Sorano à Vincennes, puis au théâtre de l’Oeuvre
  • 2012 : Les Cancans de Carlo Goldoni, mise en scène Stéphane Cottin au Théâtre 13
  • 2013 : Rue du Dessous-des-Berges de Céline Montsarrat, mise en scène de l'auteure

Cinéma[modifier | modifier le code]

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Télévision[modifier | modifier le code]

Note : Les dates inscrites en italique correspondent aux sorties initiales des films dont Emmanuel Curtil a assuré le redoublage ou le doublage tardif.

Cinéma[modifier | modifier le code]

Films[modifier | modifier le code]

Films d'animation[modifier | modifier le code]

  • 1942 : Bambi : Fleur adulte (3ème doublage)
  • 1988 : La Guerre des dieux : Loki
  • 1994 : Le Roi lion : Simba adulte (dialogues et chant)
  • 1997 : Anastasia : Dimitri
  • 1998 : Le Cygne et la Princesse 3 : Croche-Patte l'oiseau bleu
  • 1998 : Excalibur, l'épée magique : Garret
  • 1998 : Le Prince d'Égypte : Moïse / Dieu
  • 1998 : Les Razmoket, le film : Rex Pester
  • 1998 : Le Roi lion 2 : Simba (dialogues et chant)
  • 1999 : Babar, roi des éléphants : Babar adolescent
  • 2000 : Kuzco, l'empereur mégalo : Kronk
  • 2000 : La Petite Sirène 2 : Retour à l'Océan : Raie et Moulade
  • 2000 : Tom Sawyer : Tom Sawyer
  • 2001 : Barbie : Casse-noisette : Casse-noisette / le prince Éric
  • 2001 : La Belle et le Clochard 2 : L'Appel de la rue : le gardien de la fourrière
  • 2001 : Jimmy Neutron, un garçon génial : Hugh
  • 2001 : Monstres et Cie : Ferdinand
  • 2002 : Balto 2 : La Quête du loup : un loup
  • 2002 : Barbie, princesse Raiponce : Prince Stefan
  • 2002 : Corto Maltese, la cour secrète des arcanes : Barrow
  • 2002 : Cendrillon 2 : le boulanger
  • 2004 : La ferme se rebelle : Patrick, le cheval gris de Rico
  • 2004 : Le Roi lion 3 : Hakuna Matata : Simba adulte
  • 2005 : Kuzco 2 : King Kronk : Kronk
  • 2005 : Scooby-Doo au pays des pharaons : le prince Omar
  • 2006 : Nos voisins, les hommes : Tiger, le chat persan arabe
  • 2006 : The Wild : Blag, le Gnou
  • 2007 : Les Folles Aventures de Rucio : Don Quichotte
  • 2008 : Igor : Docteur Schadenfreude
  • 2009 : L'Âge de glace 3 : Buckminster « Buck[10] », la belette mâle
  • 2009 : Le Drôle de Noël de Scrooge : Ebenezer Scrooge / deux des trois fantômes[11]
  • 2011 : Gnoméo et Juliette : Faon
  • 2011 : Toy Story : Toons : Mini Buzz (court métrage)
  • 2012 : Rebelle : le fils McGuffin
  • 2012 : Tad l'explorateur : À la recherche de la cité perdue : Max Mordon
  • 2013 : La Reine des Neiges : Olaf (album chansons uniquement)
  • 2013 : Sur la terre des dinosaures : Pachi[12]
  • 2013 : Khumba : Rabbit
  • 2014 : Opération Casse-noisette : Surly / Roublard
  • 2015 : La Reine des neiges : Une fête givrée : Olaf (court métrage)
  • 2015 : Scooby-doo rencontre avec Kiss : Paul Stanley
  • 2016 : L'Âge de glace 5 : Buckminster « Buck[10] »
  • 2016 : Le Monde de Dory : un coquillage
  • 2016 : Les Trolls : Cloud Guy
  • 2016 : Norm : Mr. Greene
  • 2016 : Rock Dog : Angus
  • 2017 : Les As de la jungle : Al
  • 2017 : Zombillénium : Hector Saxe
  • 2017 : Opération Casse-noisette 2 : Roublard
  • 2017 : Drôles de petites bêtes : Apollon le grillon
  • 2017 : Tom et Jerry au pays de Charlie et la chocolaterie : Willy Wonka
  • 2018 : Sherlock Gnomes : Faon
  • 2018 : Destination Pékin ! : Banzou[13]
  • 2018 : L'Envol de Ploé : voix additionnelles
  • 2018 : Yéti et Compagnie : le pilote

Télévision[modifier | modifier le code]

Téléfilms[modifier | modifier le code]

Téléfilms d'animations[modifier | modifier le code]

Séries télévisées[modifier | modifier le code]

  • Doug Savant dans :
    • Melrose Place (1992-1997) : Matt Fielding
    • L'Homme à la Rolls (1995) : Chase Scott
    • La croisière s'amuse, nouvelle vague (1998) : Josh Walter
    • Au-delà du réel : L'aventure continue (1998) : Kel (saison 4, épisode 2)
    • Lydia DeLucca (2001) : le cousin de J.T.
    • Le Protecteur (2004) : Eric Kane (saison 3, épisode 11)
    • New York Police Blues (2004) : Jason Foster (saison 11, épisode 12)
    • 24 heures chrono (2004) : Craig Phillips
    • NCIS : Enquêtes spéciales (2004) : Larry Clannon (saison 1, épisode 22)
    • Nip/Tuck (2004) : Joel Gideon (saison 2, épisode 5)
    • Les Experts (2004) : Paul Brady (saison 5, épisode 5)
    • Desperate Housewives (2004-2012) : Tom Scavo
    • Vegas (2013) : Mr. Binder (saison 1, épisode 13)
    • Rizzoli and Isles (2013) : Roger Thorson (saison 4, épisode 11)
    • Drop Dead Diva (2013) : Jakob Yordy (saison 5, épisode 13)
    • Esprits criminels (2013) : Malcolm Taffert (saison 9, épisode 10)
    • Hawaii 5-0 (2015) : Robert Young (saison 5, épisode 10)
    • X-Files : Aux frontières du réel (2016) : Dr Augustus Goldman (saison 10, épisode 2)
    • Castle (2016) : Trevor Nigel (saison 8, épisode 14)
    • Rush Hour (2016) : procureur Eric Ginardi (saison 1, épisode 3)
    • Pure Genius (2016) : Simon Monroe (saison 1, épisode 2)
    • Notorious (2016) : Paul Weston
    • Lucifer (2018) : Forest Clay
    • 9-1-1 (2018) : Matthew Clark
  • Dean Cain dans :
    • Loïs et Clark : Les Nouvelles Aventures de Superman (1993-1997) : Clark Kent / Superman
    • Voilà ! (2001) : Chris
    • La Star de la famille (2005) : Larry Walker
    • Las Vegas (2005-2006) : Casey Manning
    • New York, unité spéciale (2006) : Mike Jergens (saison 7, épisode 8)
    • Smallville (2007) : Curtis Knox (saison 7, épisode 4)
    • Les Experts : Miami (2007) : Roger Partney (saison 6, épisode 8)
    • Burn Notice (2011) : Ryan Pewterbaugh (saison 5, épisode 18)
    • Esprits criminels (2012) : Curtis Banks (saison 7, épisode 13)
    • Don't Trust the B---- in Apartment 23 (2012) : lui-même
    • Supergirl (2015-) : Jeremiah Danvers
    • Lady Dynamite (2016) : Graham
  • 1982-1987 : Fame : Leroy Johnson (Gene Anthony Ray) (2e voix)
  • 1988-1989 : Alf : Jake Ochmonek (Josh Blake)
  • 1988-1991 : Les Années collège : Simon Dexter (Michael Carry)
  • 1990 : Twin Peaks : Bernard Renault (Clay Wilcox)
  • 1993 : Les Contes de la crypte : Les Wilton (Kevin Dillon) (saison 5, épisode 7)
  • 1994 : Arabesque : Manuel Ramirez (Jsu Garcia) (saison 10, épisode 12)
  • 1994 / 1996 : X-Files : Aux frontières du réel : John (Frank Military) (saison 2, épisode 7) et Barney Paster (Sebastian Spence) (saison 4, épisode 2)
  • 1994-1999 : Un tandem de choc : Benton Fraser (Paul Gross)
  • 1995 : Orgueil et Préjugés : le colonel Fitzwilliam (Anthony Calf)
  • 1995 : Le Retour des envahisseurs : Dr Josh Webber (Erik King)
  • 1995-1996 : Beverly Hills 90210 : Joe Bradley (Cameron Bancroft)
  • 1995-1996 : Les Nouvelles Aventures de Flipper le dauphin : Dr Keith Ricks (Brian Wimmer)
  • 1996 : Mr. et Mrs. Smith : Scooby (Timothy Olyphant)
  • 1996 : Une nounou d'enfer : Hugh Grant (lui-même) (saison 4, épisode 4)
  • 1996 / 2000 : New York Police Blues : Johnny Arcotti (Sasha Jenson) (saison 3, épisode 11) et Romeo Rodriguez (Billy Gallo) (saison 7, épisode 2)
  • 1998 : Au-delà du réel : L'aventure continue : Tom Young (Peter Flemming) (saison 4, épisode 9) et Anthony (Silvio Pollio) (saison 4, épisode 23)
  • 1998 : Stargate SG-1 : le chef des punks (Alonso Oyarzun) (saison 2, épisode 10)
  • 1998-1999 : Agence Acapulco : Tommy Chase (Michael Worth)
  • 1998-1999 : Charmed : Rex Buckland (Neil Roberts)
  • 1998-2000 : Invasion planète Terre : Joshua Doors (William DeVry)
  • 1998 / 2002 : Dawson : extrait du film Monsieur Smith au Sénat (James Stewart) (saison 2, épisode 8) et Max Winter (Eddie Cahill) (saison 6, épisode 9)
  • 1999 : Felicity : le vendeur (Julian Dulce Vida) (saison 2, épisode 4)
  • 1999 : New York, unité spéciale : Robert Stevens (Mark Nelson) (saison 1, épisode 1)
  • 2000 : Xena, la guerrière : Hadès (Stephen Lovatt)
  • 2001 : Buffy contre les vampires : Rupert Giles (Anthony Stewart Head) (voix chantée) (saison 6, épisode 7)
  • 2001-2005 : Six Feet Under : David Fisher (Michael C. Hall)
  • 2002 : Les Anges de la nuit : inspecteur McNally (Brent Sexton)
  • 2002 : Monk : Lil' Kenny Freedman (Jay Michaels) et un journaliste (Michael Gossack) (saison 1, épisode 12) / Tim Daly (lui-même) (saison 1, épisode 13)
  • 2002 : Odyssey 5 : Enrique Peña (Bronson Picket) (saison 1, épisode 13)
  • 2002 : Sur écoute : le mandataire de Roland « Wee-Bey » Brice (Stephen F. Schmidt) (saison 1, épisode 13)
  • 2003 : Boomtown : Shackman (John Ales) (saison 1, épisode 14)
  • 2003 : Cold Case : Affaires classées : Blaine Robbins (Nathan Baesel) (saison 1, épisode 10)
  • 2003-2007 : The Shield : Lou (Matthew John Armstrong) (saison 2, épisode 6) / Kaliel « Lil Psych » Wilks (Khary Payton) (saison 3, épisode 8) et Mason Heller (Seth Peterson) (saison 6, épisode 9)
  • 2004 : Rescue Me : Les Héros du 11 septembre : un agent de police (William H. Burns) (saison 1, épisode 2)
  • 2004 / 2006 : Les Experts : Miami : Jay Seaver (Jonathan Silverman) (saison 3, épisode 3) et Peter Kinkella (Teddy Sears)
  • 2005 : À la Maison-Blanche : un volontaire (Joe Egender)
  • 2005 : Beach Girls : Jack Kilvert (Rob Lowe)
  • 2005 : Kevin Hill : professeur Xavier Ambrose (Mark McKinney) (saison 1, épisode 22)
  • 2005 / 2010 : Les Experts : Donny Drummer (Neil Hopkins) (saison 5, épisode 19) et Danny Macklin (Sasha Roiz) (saison 11, épisode 2)
  • 2007 : Skins : Malcolm (Danny Dyer)
  • 2007-2013 : Leçons sur le mariage : Adam Rhodes (Oliver Hudson)
  • 2008 : Eli Stone : Paul Sweren (Patrick Breen)
  • 2008 : Breaking Bad : Ken Wins (Kyle Bornheimer) (saison 1, épisode 4)
  • 2008-2009 : NCIS : Enquêtes spéciales : Michael Rivkin (Merik Tadros)
  • 2009 : Lie to Me : M. Fitzgerald (J.R. Cacia) (saison 2, épisode 5)
  • 2009 : The Closer : L.A. enquêtes prioritaires : Sam Osgood (Dan Donohue) (saison 5, épisode 14)
  • 2009-2011 : I'm in the Band : Ma vie de rocker : Derek Jupiter (Steve Valentine)
  • 2010-2014 : Boardwalk Empire : Al Capone (Stephen Graham)
  • 2011 : Cougar Town : commentateur de golf (Don Brennan) (saison 2, épisode 17)
  • 2012 : US Marshals : Protection de témoins : John Arnett / John Wilson (Brady Smith) (saison 5, épisode 4)
  • 2013 : The Tomorrow People : Nathan / Cyrus (James Landry Hébert) (épisode 14)
  • 2014- : Scorpion : Toby Curtis (Eddie Kaye Thomas)
  • 2014- : Red Oaks : Barry (Josh Meyers)
  • 2015 : The Brink : Glenn Taylor (Eric Ladin)
  • 2015-2016 : Togetherness : le réalisateur / Dudley (Joshua Leonard)
  • 2016 : House of Cards : le présentateur à la télévision (John Trout) (saison 4, épisode 11)
  • 2016 : The Five : Mark Wells (Tom Cullen)
  • 2016 : Angie Tribeca : Brad Wilson (David Walton) (invité saison 2, épisode 3)
  • 2016- : Narcos : colonel Martinez (Juan Pablo Shuk)
  • 2017 : Wormwood : Robert Lashbrook (Christian Camargo)
  • 2017- : Santa Clarita Diet : principal Novak (Thomas Lennon)
  • 2017- : The Orville : le capitaine Ed Mercer (Seth MacFarlane)
  • 2017- : Mr. Mercedes : Josh (David Furr)
  • 2018 : Black Lightining : Klovic (Cory Scott Allen)

Séries d'animation[modifier | modifier le code]

  • À table les enfants ! : Narrateur et personnages divers
  • Chris Colorado : Chris Colorado
  • Les Castors allumés : Daggett
  • Funky Cops : Dick Kowalsky
  • The Mask, la série animée : Stanley Ipkiss / The Mask
  • Ace Ventura : Ace Ventura
  • Les Boondocks : Procureur Thomas Lancaster Dubois
  • Galaxy Express 999 : Teddy
  • Kuzco, un empereur à l'école : Kronk
  • Les Nouvelles Aventures de Lucky Luke : Eugène de Primesautier, Louis Lumière, etc.
  • Olive et Tom : Ralph Peterson, Karl Heinz Schneider, Ray Thompson
  • Chobits : Hideki Motosuwa
  • Archibald le koala : Archibald
  • Le Club des Cinq : Nouvelles Enquêtes : voix additionnelles
  • But pour Rudy : Benny Fox, Lenny Newman, Jeff Baldwin et Mike Patterson
  • Dieu, le diable et Bob : Bob
  • Dilbert : le PDG
  • Dino Riders : Yungstar, Llahd
  • Gordian : Clorias
  • Gu Gu Ganmo : Bilou
  • Gwendoline : Arthur de Brighton
  • Télétoon Advance : Giorgio
  • Jeu, set et match : Jean Mallet, François Fournier
  • Jimmy Neutron : Hugh, et la voix chantée du générique
  • Jumanji : Peter Shephard adulte (1 épisode)
  • Kong : voix additionnelles
  • La Petite Olympe et les Dieux : Triton, voix additionnelles
  • Le Collège fou, fou, fou : Jeannot, Guy, Dan
  • Le Prince et la Sirène : Prince Justin
  • Les Attaquantes : le président de la Maroniki, le docteur
  • La Fée Coquillette : Mike le lion
  • Les Pingouins de Madagascar : Maurice, Dr Blowhole
  • Mes parrains sont magiques : M. Turner
  • Max et compagnie : Isidore
  • Rekkit : Lorne
  • Disney's tous en boîte : voix additionnelles
  • La Maison de Mickey : Dingo (2e voix)
  • Donkey Kong Country : Funky Kong
  • Les As de la jungle : Al
  • Objectif Blake ! : Zorka
  • TF! : Parker le canard
  • Anatole Latuile
  • depuis 2009 : Archer : Barry Dylan et Ziegler (saison 9, épisode 4)
  • 2012 : Star Wars : The Clone Wars : Saw Gerrera
  • depuis 2016 : La Garde du Roi lion : Simba
  • 2018 : La Bande à Picsou : Don Carnage (saison 1, épisode 20)
  • depuis 2018 : Le Prince des Dragons : Viren
  • depuis 2018 : Back Street Girls : Kinoshita
  • depuis 2018 : F is for Family : Frank Murphy (2e voix)

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Télévisuelle[modifier | modifier le code]

Émissions[modifier | modifier le code]

Documentaires[modifier | modifier le code]

  • 360° - Géo (Arte)
  • Pif, l'envers du gadget (Arte)
  • Les nouveaux loups de Wall Street (Canal+)
  • La Story Disney : La Magie musicale (CStar)
  • La folie des parodies : 25 ans de rire à la télévision (W9)

Publicités[modifier | modifier le code]

  • Citroën Saxo (1996) : le présentateur
  • Quick (1999) : voix off
  • Mars Célébrations (2000) : le malade
  • Maître Coq (2001) : Vercingetorix
  • Areva (2004) : voix off
  • Zapetti (2008) : voix d'un homme se faisant catapulter
  • Cuir Center (2011) : voix off
  • Seat Leon (2015) : le père
  • TNT HD (2015) : Télé bleue
  • Samsung Galaxy Edge (2016) : voix off
  • Carambar pour adultes (2016) : voix off
  • Carambar c'est de la barre (2017) : les Carambars
  • France Toner (depuis 2017) : voix off + le canard
  • Vanish Gold (2017) : voix off
  • Coco Pops : Coco
  • Feu Vert : Ramsès, le chat blanc (1re voix, 2005-2009)[15]
  • Frolic : voix off
  • Kinder : voix off pour Schokobon
  • Sport 2000 : voix off
  • Gan : voix off
  • Chevrolet : voix off
  • Crackers Belin : un crackers
  • Boulanger : voix off
  • Afflelou : un employé
  • Mario et Sonic aux Jeux olympiques d'hiver : voix off
  • Volkswagen Golf : voix d'un jeune qui inspecte un moteur
  • Gillette Company : voix off puis voix du réparateur (2d publicité)
  • Old El Paso : voix off
  • Uncle Ben's : seconde voix off
  • L'Oréal : voix off
  • Yoplait (Yop) : voix off
  • Fjord et Gervita : Gervita
  • X-TRA : voix off
  • Volkswagen Polo : le vendeur de voiture
  • Micromania : voix off
  • : voix off
  • Monsavon : un gel douche
  • Française des Jeux : voix du ticket à gratter Blackjack
  • Lipton Ice Tea : voix off
  • Tfou Max : voix off

Radio[modifier | modifier le code]

  • Fun Radio : habillage d'antenne (1994-1998 puis 2002-2005)
  • Forum : habillage d'antenne (1999-2001)
  • Rouge FM (Groupe Rouge, CH) : habillage d'antenne (depuis 2008)
  • Ouï FM : habillage d'antenne de l'émission Radio Jack présentée par Arthur (2017)

Emmanuel Curtil assure de nombreuses voix off à la radio.

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  1. ↑ « Emmanuel Curtil - Allociné », sur Allociné (consulté le 8 avril 2018)
  2. ↑ a b c d e et fLa voix des héros : Emmanuel Curtil, TV Grandes chaînes no 1, 5 avril 2004.
  3. ↑ Emmanuel Curtil sur, 2004.
  4. ↑ Secrets de tournage de Friends : « Celui qui a une nouvelle voix » sur Allociné.
  5. ↑ Reportage sur les voix de Julia Roberts (Céline Montsarrat), Bruce Willis (Patrick Poivey) et Jennifer Aniston (Dorothée Jemma) sur M6.
  6. ↑ Sauf dans six films (cf. l'article détaillé sur l'acteur).
  7. ↑ Doublé seulement en 1995.
  8. ↑ Sauf dans Austin Powers doublé par Emmanuel Jacomy.
  9. ↑ Le doublage français a été réalisé pour la sortie en VOD du film mais n'est pas présent sur le DVD zone 2.
  10. ↑ a et b Doublé par Simon Pegg en version originale.
  11. ↑ Doublé par Jim Carrey en version originale.
  12. ↑ Doublé par Justin Long en version originale.
  13. ↑ Doublage SND uniquement
  14. ↑ Également intitulé : Swarm, des fourmis dans l'avion.
  15. ↑ Bernard Alane assure la seconde voix depuis 2009 du chat en images de synthèse.

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