A precocious talent”, ” mature soul and “a real little fire” are all descriptions which have been bestowed on Jamie McGeechan during his career as a musician, which so far spans at 15 years and counting. The voice of a soulful poet projects songs full of honesty and conviction and it’s not difficult to see or hear why artists such as Joan Armatrading and Damien Rice have seen the little fire with their own eyes in this artist. 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.

Little Fire has performed in the US, UK and throughout Europe. His music has been used in a Hollywood film (The Drama Club) and he made history by being the first person to record inside the birthplace of Robert Burns; Burns Cottage in Alloway, the result being a charming EP called ‘Roots‘.  His debut album ‘High Hopes‘ features 12 tracks full of heart and soul including one penned with the aforementioned Damien Rice (Have You Seen The Moon). Self released records ‘Roots’ and ‘High Hopes’ have enjoyed promotion from Scottish Television, BBC Radio & BBC Radio Scotland and encouraged invitation to perform at the annual New York Tartan Week Festival in the US. Subsequent returns have been great fun and provided this Ayrshire based musician the chance to share his enthusiasm with new friends and admirers.

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