Joshua S. Porter, better known by his stage name Josh Dies (born June 12, 1983) is an American singer, songwriter, musician and author. He is widely known as the vocalist and songwriter for the band Showbread. His debut novel The Spinal Cord Perception which was released December 2006, features a dark, postmodern style similar to Chuck Palahniuk, Bret Easton Ellis, and other Generation X novelists. Porter and Showbread also started "Raw Rock Missions," an organization designed to provide food and shelter for orphans and children with special needs.
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... their trademark was the alternating vocals between Josh Dies and Ivory Mobley that included elements of screaming, yelling, and singing ... saying 'raw rock' and turned it into our campaign." Josh Dies also credits Ivory Mobley with the idea, stating "For the longest time we all used to live ... On the bands Formspring account, singer Josh Dies explained Almost all of the songwriting (lyrically and musically) on Showbread's records are credited to singer Josh Dies ...
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“We construct our life for one person and, when finally we are ready to receive that person in our life, she does not come, then dies in our eyes and we live as prisoners of that which was meant only for her.”
—Marcel Proust (18711922)