Out entertainer Lane Moore is suddenly everywhere. The stand-up comedian created New York City’s popular Tinder Live With Lane Moore comedy show and acts in the Web comedy series Gold Stars. She also appears occasionally as one of the witty talking heads on all those pop culture–filled VH1 and MTV specials we relish. A longtime writer who’s penned humor pieces for The Onion and McSweeney’s, Moore has lately been earning raves for bringing a new sensibility about love, lust, and sexuality to Cosmopolitan as the magazine’s first openly queer sex and relationships editor.
Moore somehow finds time to also perform in her band, It Was Romance, whose debut album, available next week on iTunes, won raves from Pitchfork. Tonight the act takes to the stage as part of New York City’s zany annual Night of 1000 Stevies, a drag queen–drenched tribute to legendary Fleetwood Mac chanteuse Stevie Nicks.