From Ayrshire Scotland, singer songwriter Little Fire (aka Jamie McGeechan) has been steadily climbing the ladder in the Scottish music industry over the past few years.
With support slots including Damien Rice, Joan Armatrading, Justin Currie, Dougie MacLean and Eddi Reader it's evident that his talent is very much recognised by the great and the good in the acoustic music scene.
Little Fire released his debut album 'High Hopes' in 2014 which led to performances around Scotland and in New York for guests including the American Scottish Foundation and at festivals including New York Tartan Week.
His 'Roots' EP, which was recorded inside Burns' Cottage in Alloway, was launched in New York, January 2015. A world record, Little Fire was the first person to record inside Burns' Cottage and the unique setting influenced the recording process as well as adding to the authenticity of Robert Burns in the record.
Little Fire has drawn comparisons with Ray LaMontagne, David Gray and Ted Hawkins for his raspy vocal sound, soulful delivery and heartfelt lyrics which tell stories of love and loss, life in Scotland and truly living life to the fullest.