Get tickets to see Buck Sexton & Tudor Dixon at 95.3 MNC’s Noise on Friday, Oct. 13


Join us for 95.3 MNC’s Noise with Special Guests, Buck Sexton and Tudor Dixon, at 7 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 13,  at the Bendix Theatre inside the Century Center in South Bend presented by the personal injury attorneys at Wilson & Kinsman.

6:00 pm Doors open at the Bendix Theatre
7:00 pm Noise begins
8:30 pm VIP ticket holder Meet & Greet reception hour


In addition to co-hosting “The Clay Travis & Buck Sexton Show,” which can be heard, 12 p.m. – 3 p.m. Mon. – Fri, on The All-New MNC Nation at 101.9 FM and 1340 AM in Michiana, and at, Buck hosts “Hold the Line” from 7 to 8 p.m. ET on The First, a digital-first TV network available on more than 14 platforms, including Pluto TV, STIRR, Roku, Fire TV, and others. He also appears frequently on Fox News Channel and other outlets as a political commentator and national security analyst.

Clay and BuckBuck previously hosted “The Buck Sexton Show,” a three-hour weekday talk radio program syndicated by Premiere Networks on more than 200 stations nationwide, in addition to iHeartRadio. He also hosted a live weekday program on iHeartRadio’s 710 WOR in New York from February 2020 through June 2021.  Throughout his radio career, he served as a guest host for “The Rush Limbaugh Show,” “The Sean Hannity Show” and “The Glenn Beck Program.”

Prior to joining Premiere Networks in February 2017, Buck was a political commentator for CNN. During that time, he also served as national security editor for and hosted “The Buck Sexton Show” on TheBlazeTV and TheBlazeRadio.  
A former CIA officer in the Counterterrorism Center (CTC) and the Office of Iraq Analysis, Buck completed tours of duty as an intelligence officer in Iraq and Afghanistan, as well as other hotspots around the globe.  He led intelligence briefings for senior U.S. officials, including President George W. Bush and Vice President Dick Cheney. Buck also served in the New York Police Department (NYPD) Intelligence Division working on counterterrorism and counter-radicalization issues.  
In April of 2012, Buck published his first book, Occupy: American Spring: The Making of a Revolution. In the book, he goes behind-the-scenes at Occupy Wall Street and uncovers the radical goals of the not-so-ragtag movement. In 2019, he authored The Socialism Survival Guide, indicating the trends going on in many major cities where Democratic City Halls have changed the course of their communities and how to cope in such environments.
Additionally, Buck writes for American Consequences and the Independent Chronicle, two digital publications that cover news and politics.
He also co-hosts “What Do You Really Think?” with Marc Lamont Hill, a weekly program on Quake Media that explores two different perspectives on the issues of the day.
A native of New York City, he holds a B.A. in Political Science from Amherst College.

Tudor Dixon is a former gubernatorial candidate, businesswoman, breast-cancer survivor, and working mom of four girls. She built a career in Michigan’s steel industry, leading industrial sales for heavy equipment in the agriculture, automotive, and energy sectors. Tudor paused her career upon having children and being diagnosed with breast cancer.

After beating cancer, Tudor began an entrepreneurial journey that led her to conservative media and activism. As a way to combat the pervasive biased and left-leaning messaging in our schools, she founded Lumen News, which provided pro-America, pro-Constitution morning news programs to grade school students. As Lumen became more successful, the conservative network, Real America’s Voice, approached Tudor and she transitioned to being “in front of the camera” for the first time.

While covering the biggest names and events in politics throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, Tudor saw her own community and family suffer from the heavy-handed and cruel lockdowns of far-left leaders like Gretchen Whitmer. Seeking to repair her state from the enormous economic and personal damage done by those policies, Tudor entered the arena as a conservative outsider, winning the Republican gubernatorial nomination and ultimately became a leading conservative voice throughout the Midwest.

Determined to continue serving her community and advocating for principled conservative leadership, Tudor is re-entering the media space, launching a podcast with the Clay Travis and Buck Sexton Podcast Network. She will dive deep into a wide variety of topics that touch our lives, while welcoming experts, insiders and headline makers for candid conversations.


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