LoTWLogbook of the World (amateur radio)
LoTWLord of the Weed (Lord of the Rings parody)
LoTWLight of the World
LoTWLeaders of the World (various organizations)
LoTWLanguages of the World
LoTWLink of the Week
LoTWLooking out the Window (podcast)
LoTWThe Life of the World (Orthodox Christian blog)
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LOTW responded well and got a strong foothold in the game, however Daniel Burke was in inspired form with the SHFB keeper pulling off save after save whilst organising his defence well.
Alex Hill and Alex Penrose both netted for LOTW before Tom Murfin and Jack Scurr put potential champions back into the lead.
Supporting them will be another find by LOTW, 20-year-old Sam Isaacs, from the West Midlands.
Support at the LOTW gig comes from Johnny Foreigner and up-and-coming Scots act Solarize.
Both teams kept up the high tempo in the second half with LOTW scoring two fabulous goals, the first of which left two of the opposition players for dead before a beautiful back heel set up a grandstand finish.
The LOTW music programme, launched in 2004 as a series of monthly gigs across the UK, has featured acts including Scissor Sisters, Bloc Party, Mylo, Hard-Fi, The Kaiser Chiefs and Tom Vek.
KICKING off the 2008 LOTW shows in style, the much acclaimed Birmingham three-piece Johnny Foreigner are taking to the stage in Liverpool, for what promises to be a blistering night of frenetic, joyous, pop.