Little Fire aka Jamie McGeechan is a 27 year old singer songwriter from Ayrshire in Scotland.
Inspired by the warm tone of the voice of Ted Hawkins, the passionate delivery of Ray LaMontagne and the eclectic approach to song writing so ably displayed by John Martyn.
To date he has enjoyed sharing stages with Joan Armatrading, Damien Rice, Andrew Roachford, The Secret Sisters and Dougie MacLean to name a few.
The winner of the Best Acoustic Award at the 2013 Scottish Alternative Music Awards Little Fire has performed around the UK including the Latitude Festival, Belladrum, RockNess, the Bedford in London,all around Scotland and has had his music played on BBC Radio 1, BBC Radio 2 and performed live on national television. He has performed as far afield as Luzerne Switzerland, Tallinn Estonia and Sydney Australia.
Photograph by Mark Ferrier.
Little Fire organises the yearly Third Degree Burns music and culture event at the Robert Burns Birthplace Museum in Alloway, organises the monthly Studio Sessions live music events at the Ayr Gaiety Theatre as well as writing the new music column for the Ayrshire Post, Kilmarnock Standard and Irvine Herald.
” A great Scottish talent ”
The Secret Sisters
“Great voice and talent, one of Scotland’s brightest new talents ”
“Jamie McGeechan’s ear for melody and ability to write a tune that can be rearranged for a chosen mood or tempo sets him apart from the myriad of one-dimensional singer songwriter guitarists that exist.
Many songs can be rearranged of course, but producing variations where each has melodic value and its own musical resonance… that’s a talent.”
Ross Muir – Fabrications HQ