Jamie McGeechan aka Little Fire is an award winning singer-songwriter from Ayr in Scotland.
He has previously opened for artists including Joan Armatrading, Damien Rice, Justin Currie, The Secret Sisters, Dougie MacLean, Eddi Reader and the great Andrew Roachford.
An award winning singer-songwriter and musician Jamie has been highlighted for his talents by winning awards at the Scottish Alternative Music Awards, CalMac Culture Competition, West FM Local Talent Award, nominated as a Young Scot of the Year and as one of Scotland’s most Eligible Bachelors by the Scotsman Newspaper.
Jamie made history in being the first musician to record inside Burns Cottage in Alloway which gave birth to a record entitled Roots capturing the very essence of the origins of Burns, his roots in the fertile Ayrshire earth. Jamie performs Burns songs internationally having been previously invited to perform for
the London Burns Club, the Camperdown Burns Festival in Australia.
Jamie has been invited to contribute musical interpretations for exhibitions at the Robert Burns Birthplace Museum in Alloway, contribute to programmes on Burns on BBC Radio Scotland and has previously organised and hosted a number of festivals and concerts featuring performances of Burns songs.
Releasing his debut album High Hopes in 2014 tracks from this record enjoyed support on national radio stations including BBC Radio 2, BBC Radio Scotland.
Hollywood came knocking with 2017 film The Drama Club picking up Fire Me Up for it’s soundtrack.
An Ambassador for Robert Burns as well as an Ambassador for World Peace Tartan Jamie is a proud Scot who enjoys promoting Scotland whenever possible.