Photo courtesy of Song Saga
Music is a powerful tool to unlock memories. Games provide an opportunity to disconnect from work and reconnect with the people in our lives. Song Saga gamifies storytelling and listening to music in a way that fosters real human connection. Get ready to learn new things about your friends and discover new music every time you play!
Joining me today from Sydney, Australia, through the wonders of technology, is Eran Thomson. Eran is an author, creative director, fellow podcaster, and entrepreneur. He’s with me today to talk about his roles as Chief Rocker and Joy Pusher.
- What Song Saga is and how it came to be
- Song Saga’s power to unlock stories and connect generations
- What are some of the favorite things you’ve heard from people about playing this?
- Song Saga
- Enter to win a free copy of Song Saga
- Song Saga is available at Song-Saga.com and at many retailers, including Amazon.
- Connect with Eran at Eranthomson.com
- Visit Eran’s 30 Cards in 30 Days YouTube series for entertaining tips and hacks on ways to enjoy the game.
- We had a great time playing Song Saga recently with friends!
Eran shares a story of the significance to him of G. Love’s song, “Baby’s Got Sauce.”
That is QUITE the story of all the things that have happened to Eran on this same date down through so many years! Thank you so much to Eran for joining us today and for enhancing lives with music through the creation of Song Saga. Eran is giving away a free copy of Song Saga to a listener! Go to https://song-saga.com/podcast and enter Enhance Life with Music in the podcast name of where you heard about the game to be entered into a drawing for a free copy. I’ll put pictures in the show notes of our game night playing Song Saga with friends!
All links from today’s episode – including a transcript of this episode – can be found in the show notes; this is Ep. 135. A link to the page is also in the episode details right in your podcast app. If you know someone who would enjoy this game, either to play with friends or to connect family generations – or because they work with seniors – please share the episode with them directly or on social media! It’s easy to do right in your podcast listening app – just tap the three dots and then Share Episode. That will give you options to share by text, email, social media, and more.
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Thank you so much for joining me today. Until next time, may your life be enhanced with music.
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