Kid Corona is one of the most successful Bilingual radio hosts today. He has been on the air since the tender age of 14, having started in his hometown of Nogales, AZ. With his “I’m the Whitest Mexican You Will Ever Meet” slogan, listeners and viewers are quick to recognize and engage with his brand of humor and entertainment.

In addition to his radio career, Corona has hosted and produced various TV shows including “The Saturday Night Street Party” (WB), “Red Hot Date” (My Network TV) and the Latino Video Countdown (Univision).

Currently, he can be heard nightly on CBS Radio’s Live 101.5 and KMLE Country 107.9 in Phoenix, AZ. He also serves as producer and host of “KID CORONA: UNPLANNED” which can be seen on kidcorona.tv




Make your event sizzle with Kid Corona. From private parties to nightclubs, charities and corporate meetings, Kid Corona will liven up your party with his outgoing and explosive personality. All your announcements, introductions and handling of your event will be done right, the first time.

It’s no coincidence that company’s like Toshiba, Mattel, IBM, Kodak Theater and Forever 21 have hired his expertise to make their event a complete success. Whether you need him as your Emcee or your wedding DJ, count on Kid Corona to not only deliver results, but at the same time, deliver one heck of a party. For more information on having Kid Corona create your most memorable event, click here

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Date for A Cause – Emcee – Helped raise over $30,000 to help benefit New Pathways for Youth


When I was a kid, I was HUGE Madonna fan. I had just about every movie, magazine and poster that came out. I even had, or should I say, still have the Madonna doll from the Dick Tracey movie.  One sunny afternoon, my friend and I decided to hit up our local Circle K for what we considered to be the best hot dogs in the world. When we arrived, I noticed there was a new Rollingstone magazine with Madonna on the cover. Of course, being the big fan I was, I quickly went inside and started reading it. After a few minutes, it was time to go. At that moment, I decided I wanted to buy it, unfortunately, I had no money. After we headed back home, on the way, I came up with a great idea. I thought “hey, why not have my friend keep the clerk busy, while I steal the mag” brilliant!

Once I concocted my devious plan and involved my friend in what could be greatest magazine heist ever, we decided to head back to Circle K and put the plan to work. Within a few short minutes, my friend distracted the clerk, and I inserted the magazine in my jacket. As we were getting ready to leave, the store clerk says to me “hey, come over here real quick, I want to tell you something” reluctantly, I went. Trying to play it cool, as soon as I walked up, he grabbed my arm, asked me for the magazine and proceeded to call my parents.

Needless to say, I was completely embarrassed and learned a valuable lesson that day. Not only did I not get the magazine, but I was punished for a whole freaking week. So, have you ever been caught in the act? If so, what was it and when?


  1. Avoid Weight Gain – Whiskey is a low-calorie alcohol, especially when compared to the many cocktails, beers, and wines you can find on supermarket shelves. You can drink a tumbler of whiskey without worrying about packing on the pounds thanks to its low sugar content.1 Famous Sips on Pinterest | 18 Pins
  2. Boost Heart Health – Did you know that drinking whiskey can actually make your heart healthier? Aside from wine and dark beer, what other alcohols can claim that? Not only will whiskey reduce the risk of blood clots, but it will lower your stroke and heart attack risk as well. The antioxidants in whiskey stop cholesterol from clogging your arteries, and it can even boost your good cholesterol. The Coopered Tot: Why You Should Be Drinking Whisky: The Balance ...
  3. Fight Cancer –– Whiskey is rich in antioxidants, particularly one known as ellagic acid. This antioxidant stops your body’s DNA from coming in contact with cancer-causing compounds, reducing the risk of carcinogens forming. It can also protect your body from chemotherapy, and will reduce oxidation in your body. Drinkers underestimate their alcohol consumption by 40% - NY Daily ...
  4. Improve Brain Health – A study conducted in 2003 discovered that drinking whiskey reduces your risk ofAlzheimer’s and dementia. If you’re worried that your brain is slowing down in your old age, it’s time to start drinking whiskey to protect your very important organ from damage. "Gallery
  5. Reduce Stroke Risk –– Whiskey not only helps to prevent cholesterol from building up in your arteries, but it can actually help to get rid of any cholesterol present in your blood vessels at the moment. It will also help to relax the walls of your arteries, ensuring that your blood can flow without obstruction. One of the greatest health benefits of whiskey is the reduced stroke risk, and we can all drink to that!

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  1. Fight Stress – Stress can cause a wide range of health problems in the human body, but thankfully we’ve got whiskey to kick stress’ butt! Whiskey helps to reduce anxiety and stress, calming your nerves and helping to relax your body. It can increase circulation throughout your body, providing your organs with fresh, oxygenated blood. A serving or two of whiskey can help to calm stressed nerves effectively!Superman Drinking Whiskey | Flickr - Photo Sharing!
  2. Boost Memory — The antioxidants in whiskey can help to improve the health of your brain, and the circulation-boosting effects of this alcohol will boost your memory at the same time. The same properties that help to reduce your risk of Alzheimer’s and dementia will also keep your brain active and young.1 whiskey | Thirsty Writin' Scoundrels
  3. Aid in Digestion –– Did you know that whiskey has long been drunk as a digestive aid? It was usually consumed after a meal, helping to relax the body after eating heavy food. It can also help to shut down your appetite, preventing you from overeating1. Best of all, it will aid in digestion, reducing your risk of stomach ache or indigestion after a heavy meal. Why is whisky still a 'man's drink'? - Telegraph
  4. Lengthen Lifespan –– Whiskey is loaded with healthy antioxidants, and these nutrients can help to increase your lifespan by reducing your risk of disease. By protecting your body against disease, you prevent the slow breakdown of important cells in your body–thereby helping you to live longer.kevin-mckidd.jpg
  5. Great for Diabetics –– Whiskey is a zero-carb alcohol, so you can drink it without worrying about the effect it will have on your blood sugar levels. If you suffer from diabetes, a finger or two of whiskey will be the right
    choice for you! The 7 Funniest Celebrity Drinking Moments | Liquor.com

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BY: Jamie Varon

We don’t commit now. We don’t see the point. They’ve always said there are so many fish in the sea, but never before has that sea of fish been right at our fingertips on OkCupid, Tinder, Grindr, Dattch, take your pick. We can order up a human being in the same way we can order up pad thai on Seamless. We think intimacy lies in a perfectly-executed string of emoji. We think effort is a “good morning” text. We say romance is dead, because maybe it is, but maybe we just need to reinvent it. Maybe romance in our modern age is putting the phone down long enough to look in each other’s eyes at dinner. Maybe romance is deleting Tinder off your phone after an incredible first date with someone. Maybe romance is still there, we just don’t know what it looks like now.

When we choose—if we commit—we are still one eye wandering at the options. We want the beautiful cut of filet mignon, but we’re too busy eyeing the mediocre buffet, because choice. Because choice. Our choices are killing us. We think choice means something. We think opportunity is good. We think the more chances we have, the better. But, it makes everything watered-down. Never mind actually feeling satisfied, we don’t even understand what satisfaction looks like, sounds like, feels like. We’re one foot out the door, because outside that door is more, more, more. We don’t see who’s right in front of our eyes asking to be loved, because no one is asking to be loved. We long for something that we still want to believe exists. Yet, we are looking for the next thrill, the next jolt of excitement, the next instant gratification.

We soothe ourselves and distract ourselves and, if we can’t even face the demons inside our own brain, how can we be expected to stick something out, to love someone even when it’s not easy to love them? We bail. We leave. We see a limitless world in a way that no generation before us has seen. We can open up a new tab, look at pictures of Portugal, pull out a Visa, and book a plane ticket. We don’t do this, but we can. The point is that we know we can, even if we don’t have the resources to do so. There are always other tantalizing options. Open up Instagram and see the lives of others, the life we could have. See the places we’re not traveling to. See the lives we’re not living. See the people we’re not dating. We bombard ourselves with stimuli, input, input, input, and we wonder why we’re miserable. We wonder why we’re dissatisfied. We wonder why nothing lasts and everything feels a little hopeless. Because, we have no idea how to see our lives for what they are, instead of what they aren’t.

And, even if we find it. Say we find that person we love who loves us. Commitment. Intimacy. “I love you.” We do it. We find it. Then, quickly, we live it for others. We tell people we’re in a relationship on Facebook. We throw our pictures up on Instagram. We become a “we.” We make it seem shiny and perfect because what we choose to share is the highlight reel. We don’t share the 3am fights, the reddened eyes, the tear-stained bedsheets. We don’t write status updates about how their love for us shines a light on where we don’t love ourselves. We don’t tweet 140 characters of sadness when we’re having the kinds of conversations that can make or break the future of our love. This is not what we share. Shiny picture. Happy couple. Love is perfect.

Then, we see these other happy, shiny couples and we compare. We are The Emoji Generation. Choice Culture. The Comparison Generation. Measuring up. Good enough. The best. Never before have we had such an incredible cornucopia of markers for what it looks like to live the Best Life Possible. We input, input, input and soon find ourselves in despair. We’ll never be good enough, because what we’re trying to measure up to just does not fucking exist. These lives do not exist. These relationships do not exist. Yet, we can’t believe it. We see it with our own eyes. And, we want it. And, we will make ourselves miserable until we get it.

So, we break up. We break up because we’re not good enough, our lives aren’t good enough, our relationship isn’t good enough. We swipe, swipe, swipe, just a bit more on Tinder. We order someone up to our door just like a pizza. And, the cycle starts again. Emoji. “Good morning” text. Intimacy. Put down the phone. Couple selfie. Shiny, happy couple. Compare. Compare. Compare. The inevitable creeping in of latent, subtle dissatisfaction. The fights. “Something is wrong, but I don’t know what it is.” “This isn’t working.” “I need something more.” And, we break up. Another love lost. Another graveyard of shiny, happy couple selfies.

On to the next. Searching for the elusive more. The next fix. The next gratification. The next quick hit. Living our lives in 140 characters, 5 second snaps, frozen filtered images, four minute movies, attention here, attention there. More as an illusion. We worry about settling, all the while making ourselves suffer thinking that anything less than the shiny, happy filtered life we’ve been accustomed to is settling. What is settling? We don’t know, but we fucking don’t want it. If it’s not perfect, it’s settling. If it’s not glittery filtered love, settling. If it’s not Pinterest-worthy, settling.

We realize that this more we want is a lie. We want phone calls. We want to see a face we love absent of the blue dim of a phone screen. We want slowness. We want simplicity. We want a life that does not need the validation of likes, favorites, comments, upvotes. We may not know yet that we want this, but we do. We want connection, true connection. We want a love that builds, not a love that gets discarded for the next hit. We want to come home to people. We want to lay down our heads at the end of our lives and know we lived well, we lived the fuck out of our lives. This is what we want even if we don’t know it yet.

Yet, this is not how we date now. This is not how we love now. TC mark


(null)The Saturday before Superbowl Sunday without a doubt, was one fun night. If you can’t tell from this picture, then I don’t know how else to tell you. We hung out at Dierk’s Bentley Whisky Row in Scottsdale, AZ and had a damn good time.

Shouts out to DJ Steel for killing with the music on Saturday Night and on Sunday during the game. A big thanks to Kevin and his team for making both nights extremely successful.


On Air right now Live 101.5

Kid Corona at Live 101.5I had to take advantage of y #selfiestick, so I thought this would be  perfect opportunity to try it out. Hey, It’s DJ Valentine hard at work, what better way to use my selfie stick.


Here we come! DJ Valentine at 10pm mixing all your favorites. This boy knows how to kill it! Just another reason he’s one of my favorite DJs. Let’s go!

(null)We are at it again! The Late Night Mix Fix with Kid Corona and DJ Valentine. Is that a dope ass pic or what!?