Jimmy Webb, Beloved Eccentric Of NYC’s Trash And Vaudeville Shop, Dead At 62

Jimmy Webb, a downtown fixture and enthusiastic salesman and buyer at iconic East Village rocker fashion haven Trash and Vaudeville, has died, his longtime friends confirm. He was 62. “We are all going to miss our wonderful friend Jimmy Webb,” Debbie Harry, 74, legendary Blondie frontwoman and Webb muse, told The Post. “There goes a lovely unique NYC character. I feel lucky to have known him.” Webb had been a stylist at Trash and Vaudeville, a store he dubbed “rock-and-roll heaven,” since 2000 and had become known as the face of the brand before opening his own boutique, I Need More, on the Lower East Side this year. Read more at New York Post.