April 15, 2020


Duff McKagan(GUNS N’ ROSES), Slash(WEAPONS N’ ROSES), Sebastian Bach(SKID ROW), Nikki Sixx(MÖTLEY CRÜE), Alissa White-Gluz(ARCH ENEMY) and CRO-MAGS are among the rockers who have responded on social networks to the death of Jimmy Webb, the renowned manager at renowned New york city clothes store Trash And Vaudeville, who passed away Tuesday morning at the age of62 The cause of death was supposedly cancer.

Jimmy Webb was a great buddy of mine,” Bach composed. “I bought every pair of Cuban-heeled boots that I used from 1987– 2011 at Garbage & Vaudeville from Jimmy Rest in peace sibling, we will miss you. You came from the time of real rock-and-roll.”

Jimmy has SUCH a story, and my household and I feel honored and liked to be a small part of his triumphant tale.

Punk rock legend Henry Rollins informed the New York Post that he played Buffalo not long ago and an ailing Webb took the train as much as shock him backstage. “He took a trip 4 hours and can be found in with an arrangement of flowers,” Rollins recounted. “He said he just wanted to see me. That was an overall Jimmy move. We put the flowers on the tour bus and hoped they would not get knocked over when we took out of a truck stop. Jimmy Webb was among the sweetest people I ever satisfied.”

Webb grew up in upstate New York and relocated to New york city City in1975 He invested more than a years and a half operating at Trash And Vaudeville, which he called “rock and roll paradise,” before opening his own boutique, I Need More, named after a tune by Iggy Pop, three years ago.

In a 2013 article, Style called Webb the “ruling Mayor of St. Marks Location” and “hard rock’s informal store owner.”

” Without a doubt, I have actually a dream come true life,” Webb when said.

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My buddy … the sweetest man and pure punk f cking rock n roll. @ixneedxmore @jimmywebbnyc

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Jimmy was a RocknRoll renaissance guy. RIP Rockstar https://t.co/ntG9Pvo4Fk

— xxıS ıʞʞıN (@NikkiSixx) April 15, 2020


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I want to officially tell 2020 to fuck off now. I know Jimmy wouldn’t approve of such negativity. You will be sorely missed out on.?

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This is an extremely tough one. Jimmy Webb IS New York City to me. #jimmywebb @jimmywebbnyc @ixneedxmore

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We lost a terrific rock n roll human being today, Jimmy you will be sorely missed. RIP Jimmy.; )’

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Jimmy Webb was a terrific buddy of mine. I purchased every set of Cuban heeled boots that I used from 1987 – 2011 at Trash & Vaudeville from Jimmy. Rest in peace sibling we will miss you. You originated from the time of true rock and roll? ❤ https://t.co/WYSPy77 GAO

— Sebastian Bach (@sebastianbach) April 14, 2020

RIP Jimmy Webb https://t.co/QQuYVObhsh

— Sebastian Bach (@sebastianbach) April 15, 2020

The death of Jimmy Webb will be breaking lots of hearts today. We will all keep in mind!! xxxxx pic.twitter.com/40 YyuTZJcX

— Mick Rock (@TheRealMickRock) April 14, 2020

Here with a set of @villeakseli art. J69 X pic.twitter.com/KPJRQLJ9yd

— The 69 Eyes Official (@69 eyesofficial) April 14, 2020

Jimmy Webb lived and breathed rock ‘n’ roll like no one I have actually ever known in the 50 years I have actually been on my journey. Did he play an instrument? No. Did he sing?No. Did he exude rock ‘n’ roll? Yes. An exceptionally essential component in the history & mystery of New York City R n R. Rock in Peace! pic.twitter.com/GyMyj1RNbn

— Michael Des Barres (@MDesbarres) April 14, 2020

Jimmy Webb the last day of Trash and Vaudeville on Saint Marks New York City2016

Rest in rock peace Jimmy.? pic.twitter.com/t3shMtEEPd

— Chris Stein (@chrissteinplays) April 14, 2020

Our good friend, Jimmy Webb, a legend and a St. Marks St. legend, stylist of the punks, popular and not, has passed. pic.twitter.com/RI06 gv8f0C

— Joan Jett (@joanjett) April 15, 2020

Steve & I are so unfortunate to hear of Jimmy Webb’s death. RIP to a real rockstar & New York City style icon pic.twitter.com/wwDRiba75 j

— Josie Stevens (@JosieStevensMTR) April 14, 2020

R.I.P. to My & All of our Bro #jimmywebb I can’t Fuqn believe this Right Now! Ty for All the Love u Always Gave me thru out all these years JW! Damn! Gon na miss ya guy … Mt?? ❤? pic.twitter.com/bLEIjbX5Y7

— BulletBoys (@TheBulletBoys) April 14, 2020

We’re sure gon na miss our good pal, #JimmyWebb He was so generous with his compassion. I will always remember.

I believe the very best thing to do to honor him this evening is turn on Iggy Pop and dance. #INeedMore pic.twitter.com/4TfBmBuMfV

— Tyler Bryant (@thetylerbryant) April 14, 2020

RIP Jimmy Webb, one of the nicest and most rock & roll individuals I’ve ever fulfilled https://t.co/xB2jVdbyyV

— Richard Christy (@cwotd) April 14, 2020

End of (another) period. Jimmy was a St Marks fixture together with his beloved Garbage & Vaudeville. When Garbage closed he held on because HE REQUIRED MORE. and we were all grateful for his die difficult integrity. Jimmy you will be missed by numerous. #RIP #jimmywebb #ineedmore #trashandvaudeville pic.twitter.com/ Q45 yfZLtv8

— CRO-MAGS (@realcromags) April 15, 2020

Rest In Peace Jimmy Webb of @trashvaudeville New York City sweet person Love Dave #JimmyWebb #jimmywebbrip pic.twitter.com/6so7uyvwh4

— Dave Davies (@davedavieskinks) April 15, 2020


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