Webb (Image via Trash and Vaudeville/Eagle's Cry)
Jimmy Webb, the ubiquitous downtown New Yorker who was a fixture at the East Village style den Trash and Vaudeville until 2016, and later at his own I Need More, died of cancer on April 14.
He was 62.
Skid Row's Sebastian Bach tweeted:
Jimmy Webb was a great friend of mine. I bought every pair of Cuban heeled boots that I wore from 1987 – 2011 at Trash & Vaudeville from Jimmy. Rest in peace brother we will miss you. You came from the time of true rock and roll.
We love you Jimmy— Debbie Harry/BLONDIE (@BlondieOfficial) April 14, 2020
Pic @avant_GODLIS pic.twitter.com/j86omEwkno
Farewell, dear Jimmy. The sweetest, kindest, rock and roll soul. I’ll never forget you. pic.twitter.com/iTuq0Qw4gc— Maureen Van Zandt (@MVZaGoGo) April 14, 2020
RIP Downtown NYC icon Jimmy Webb. 😢 pic.twitter.com/0Iy1cNj7rw— Tommie Sunshine 😎🌹💚✊️ (@tommiesunshine) April 14, 2020