GOTR

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GOTRGirls on the Run (Grassroots experiential learning and running program for 3rd-5th grade girls)
GOTRGhost of the Robot (band)
GOTRGrant Officer Technical Representative
GOTRGhosts of the Revolution (game community)
GOTRGuardians of the Realm (online gaming)
GOTRGroove on the Roof
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He continues to play music with his band, Ghost of the Robot, who have been recording music for over a decade.
In 2004 his band Lazy Eye played to thousands at London's Carling Academy and The Forum, alongside Ghost of the Robot, featuring Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Torchwood star James Marsters.
The Californian actor will be in the Midlands this week with his indie rock band Ghost Of The Robot.
Blending garage, bubblegum pop, and grunge, Ghost Of The Robot are mad as hatters, yet totally unpretentious.
James Marsters,otherwise known as Spike from Buffy The Vampire Slayer,leads the group Ghost Of The Robot.
James Marsters aka Spike in the cult TV show Buffy the Vampire Slayer was in Liverpool this week in his other incarnation as frontman for his band Ghost of the Robot. And the mad Beatles fan was excited to be following in the footsteps of his hero John Lennon and playing two gigs at the famous Cavern.
The actor, who played Spike in hit TV shows Angel and Buffy the Vampire Slayer before going on to form his own band, Ghost of The Robot, is now packing them in as a solo artist.
Californian-born James, who has fooled millions into thinking he is a true Brit by playing English bloodsucker Spike, is the lead singer of indie rock band Ghost Of The Robot. The band are kicking off their European tour with a special concert at the Colosseum in Coventry on Tuesday, May 4.
IT seems to be Buffy week in Liverpool.We'vegotJames Marsters (Spike)and his band Ghost of the Robot at the Cavern on Tuesday and Wednesday, and on Sunday at the Barfly, there's NerfHerder.The band composed the theme for Buffy, but are also described as a `skate punk version of Half Man Half Biscuit', which has got to be intriguing!
James Marsters - who plays Spike in TV series Buffy The Vampire Slayer and Angel, and who also fronts the band Ghost of the Robot - came out clear winner for Romeo in the poll.
Marsters, best known for his role as Spike in Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel, is lead singer with Ghost of the Robot and they are kicking off their European tour on Tuesday at the Colosseum.