Jamie McGeechan aka Little Fire is a genuine talent hailing from Scotland and with more than a wee bit of the Celtic fire running through his veins you can hear it in the raw performances and on his recordings.
With support slots and opportunities to work with some of the best names in the singer songwriter business including Joan Armatrading, Damien Rice,Justin Currie, Dougie MacLean and Eddi Reader it’s clear that Jamie’s talent has been admired by those who know a thing or two about music.
A versatile performer he has been invited to perform internationally to audiences in the UK, throughout Europe and the UK. Hollywood came knocking with 2017 The Drama Club featuring Fire Me Up from the debut Little Fire album High Hopes.
Passionate about his home area of Ayrshire and Robert Burns Jamie is known for his interpretations of songs of Robert Burns and has been invited to perform for the American Scottish Foundation in New York, the London Burns Club and the Camperdown Burns Festival in Australia.
Jamie made history in being the first musician gifted the opportunity to record inside Burns Cottage which gave birth to a record entitled Roots capturing the very essence of the origins of Burns, his roots in the fertile Ayrshire earth.
A follow up album to High Hopes is currently in production to be released in 2018.