Hey, Central Texas! I’m Big Ced: The Fly Guy with the Bow Ties. I’m originally from Orlando, Florida, but I’ve been in Austin since 1996. True to my roots, yes, I am a Florida Gators and Miami Dolphins fan. I started my radio journey in promotions for the Beat 104.3 KXBT in Austin in 2006. Following brief stints at other radio companies, I returned to the Central Texas airwaves in 2008. After the launch of 96.3 RNB in 2012, I landed my first on-air gig doing weekends. Later I was promoted to weeknights from 7 PM to Midnight. Now I’m happy to be right here with you on My Kiss 1031! I am well known for and easily recognized by my custom bow ties. I have an extensive collection of unique bow ties, many of which are handmade. Lately I’ve dabbled in designing my own, and I plan to open a line in the future. I love to hang out with family and friends, and I’m a cigar enthusiast. I look forward to interacting with everyone in the My Kiss 1031 family, and hey, maybe we’ll have a cigar together some time. Join me Monday through Friday, Noon to 3 PM and for the Friday Night Dance Party from 7 PM to Midnight right here on My Kiss 1031.
9 New Laws Will Taking Effect in Texas Sept. 1st
Texas will adopt new laws on September 1, and you're likely to be affected by at least one of them.
ACL Fest offers free single-day tickets to 1,000 people who sign up for vaccinations
Are you looking for a free one-day pass to the Austin City Limits Music Festival this fall? You can catch an ACL Fest chaser on Friday at Austin's Q2 Stadium if you're not yet vaccinated. "Ready to get vaccinated? We are partnering with VaxTogetherAustin, Austin FC, and Walgreens to donate ACL Festival 1-Day Tickets for Weekend One to the first 1,000 people who pre-register and get vaccinated
Florida Couple Accused of Using Fake Vaccination Cards for Hawaii Trip
Authorities became suspicious after noticing the ages of their children, who they also claimed were vaccinated.
Texas to extend SNAP benefits through August by $267 million
Texas Health and Human Services Commission (HHSC) is providing $267 million in emergency SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program) food benefits through August, Gov. Greg Abbott announced on Monday, August 9. "SNAP benefits have helped millions of eligible Texas families and individuals put food on the table during the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic," said Governor Abbott... Read Mo
Celebrate Summer at One of These Top Waterparks in Texas
Fortunately, Texas has a plethora of great waterparks, and you're never too far from one. Here's a list of the best waterparks to add to your summer plans.
Buffalo Soldiers Day Celebrates Service, Dedication of Black Soldiers
The oldest Buffalo Soldier lived to be 111. Can you imagine all the history and change he witnessed?
Angry Texan Found Guilty of Using His Wheelchair as a Weapon
A Texas jury took only five minutes to decide to send a man to jail for using his electric wheelchair as a weapon outside a middle school.
Big Ced’s Top Ten Food Trucks in Austin
Big Ced's a big fan of food trucks, and he's got some great recommendations for the next time you're in our state's capitol city.
Frontier Airlines Accused a Black Woman of Trafficking Her 4 Year-Old White Sister
A woman on a recent flight to Dallas found the skies very much less than friendly after she was reportedly profiled and accused of a horrific crime.
Gary Clark Jr.’s All-Star Revue kicks off the Blues on the Green series at Zilker Park
This summer, Blues on the Green returns to Zilker Park. In its 30th year, the Austin City Limits Radio-sponsored series launches on July 27 with Gary Clark Jr.'s Handpicked Homegrown All-Star Revue, followed on July 28 by up-and-coming local artists Mobley and Kalu & the Electric Joint. ...