Connor Fyfe

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At A Glance

Singer-songwriter from Glasgow

Dates active: 2017 - present

Connor Fyfe


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  • Agent: ATC Live[2]

Connor Fyfe is an indie singer-songwriter from Bellshill[3]. In 2020, he became the youngest person to ever sell out King Tut's Wah Wah Hut[4] and in 2022, he became the youngest person to ever play at TRNSMT[5]. He has named his biggest influences as The Beatles, Lewis Capaldi, Radiohead, The Snuts and Gerry Cinnamon[6].


Connor Fyfe - Truth Be Told - Live in Leith from Leith Theatre

Artist Biography

Connor started playing guitar at the age of eight, after getting a guitar for Christmas[7], teaching himself from YouTube videos and tutorials[8]. Despite an early dislike of singing he started singing at ten years old, he started playing gigs at age eleven with his first appearance at Mick Hargan’s Song Club[9].

His 2021 single Pray was produced by Andy Anderson at Crownpoint Studios and released on Button Up Records[10].


He’s got a voice beyond his years and has developed into an accomplished songwriter - The Scottish Sun


  1. Alloa Advertiser. 'Connor Fyfe plots run on the charts with new single'.
  2. ATC Live. 'Connor Fyfe'.
  3. Connor Fyfe. 'Twitter post 11 July 2022'.
  4. Alloa Advertiser. 'Connor Fyfe earns place in Scottish music history books'.
  5. Mark McCreadie. 'Facebook post 10 July 2022'.
  6. Glasgow Live. 'Meet the Glasgow teenager who is fast becoming the biggest music star in the city'.
  7. Glasgow Times. 'Meet the 11-year-old indie rock and roll star taking Glasgow's music scene by storm'.
  8. Glasgow Life. 'Connor Fyfe'.
  9. The Scottish Sun. 'NEW MUSIC Scots singer Connor Fyfe’s debut album Don’t oozes class, says Jim Gellatly'.
  10. Alloa Advertiser. 'Bellshill's Connor Fyfe prepares to unveil tremendous new track Pray'.

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