In January 2020 award winning musician and singer songwriter Jamie McGeechan aka Little Fire relocated from his native Ayrshire, Scotland to St. Louis, Missouri. 

One of Scotland’s best new voices Jamie has performed alongside notable music acts including Dougie MacLean, Eddi Reader, The Secret Sisters Joan Armatrading, Damien Rice, Justin Currie. 

With two albums and an EP under his belt Jamie has performed throughout the US, Europe and Australia.  

With musical influences ranging from John Martyn, Davy Graham and Robert Burns this Scottish troubadour made history as the first person to record inside Burns Cottage in Alloway Scotland.

Live performances on STV and BBC ALBA brought Jamie to new audiences in Scotland and his debut album High Hopes received airplay from BBC Radio 2 and BBC Radio Scotland.

Jamie was personally invited to join legendary singer songwriter Joan Armatrading on dates in her Local Talent tour after being invited by Joan. Celebrated Irish troubadour Damien Rice also invited Jamie to perform with him after hearing him perform at the BlueBalls Festival in Switzerland.

Now relocated in the USA things are looking positive for Jamie with work to begin on a new album and the festival season about to become underway. 

Jamie is an ambassador for World Peace Tartan as well as the Robert Burns Birthplace Museum.