Born in Falkirk, raised in Ayrshire, Little Fire, aka Jamie McGeechan has been active as a musician and singer-songwriter for 15 years.

His talent has been recognised and appreciated by artists including Damien Rice, Joan Armatrading, Dougie MacLean, Justin Currie and Andrew Roachford who have all reached out to give praise and extend the hand of opportunity to Jamie at points through his career.

A performer of growing international standing Jamie has made friends across the Atlantic with various performances in New York for Tartan Week in 2016 and 2017 and for the American Scottish Foundation. His song ‘High Hopes’ features in the soon to be released Hollywood movie ‘The Drama Club’.

Debut album High Hopes was released in December ’14. Follow up EP ‘Roots’, saw Jamie make a world first recording being the first person in history to record the songs of Robert Burns in Burns Cottage Alloway. Newest EP ‘Origin’ was released April 2017.

An Ambassador for the Robert Burns Birthplace Museum in Alloway as well as for World Peace Tartan Jamie is a proud Scot who enjoys promoting Scotland whenever possible.