About Jordan

JordanJordan Lally is a speaker, singer-songwriter, meditation teacher, and founder of the Ed Lally Foundation. Through his music, teachings and community outreach, Jordan seeks to inspire and empower individuals, families and communities to adopt a proactive approach to mental health through accessible evidence-based practices of self-healing, stigma-shattering self-expression and interpersonal connection.

As a songwriter, Jordan has penned over 200 songs across various genres, while serving as frontman for the Big Infinite and Fiction 20 Down. Jordan and his bandmates have released numerous studio albums, toured extensively throughout the U.S., and charted in the top 10 on iTunes. 

Jordan currently serves as the Executive Director of the Ed Lally Foundation, collaborating on suicide prevention initiatives with organizations like the AFSP, leading group meditation classes for diverse populations ranging from mental health professionals to the recovery community, and facilitating mental wellness & suicide loss support groups and retreats for those in and around his hometown in northern Maryland. On behalf of the Ed Lally Foundation, Jordan and his bandmates crafted "Power of Expression," a one-of-a-kind mental wellness and suicide prevention “storytellers’ concert” that he and Big Infinite have shared at schools, military bases and mental health conferences up and down the East Coast. In 2023, mental health documentarian Greg Dicharry turned "Power of Expression" into a feature documentary which quickly became a finalist in numerous film festivals, including the Mental Health & Suicide Awareness Festival. The documentary incarnation of "Power of Expression" has allowed Jordan’s music & mental health message to begin spreading nationwide.

In 2024, filmmaker Tommy Duncan created a short film entitled Not Alone that explores Jordan’s healing perspective relative to mental health and suicide bereavement. The documentary has begun to make the film festival rounds and recently earned “Best Documentary” at the Touchstone Independent Film Festival.

Big Infinite

Big Infinite Jumping!In 2014, following the passing of his father, Jordan’s songwriting took a dramatic turn - bearing himself like never before, an absolute honesty pervaded his new songs. This attitude carried over to the musicianship, as Jordan and his bandmates crafted a dynamic rock fusion built upon authenticity. The Big Infinite was born.

The members of Big Infinite, including D.J. Fritzges and Andre Toney, have dedicated their collective careers to mental health and suicide prevention - most notably through the Ed Lally Foundation's "Power of Expression" programming.

Check out the band's moving music on iTunes, Spotify and other major digital outlets. Visit thebiginfinite.com for more info.

Fiction 20 Down

Fiction 20 DownJordan began his songwriting and performance career at the helm of Fiction 20 Down - a hybrid of rock, reggae and hip-hop that Skope Magazine dubbed “an incredibly cool brand of music”.

Fiction 20 Down’s Do Not Feed The Radio EP was named one of 2011’s ”best new releases" by tastemaker music blog Indie Rock Cafe. The band's reggae-inspired Live at the Hadabee album landed in the top 10 on iTunes reggae charts in 2013. The following year Fiction 20 Down was named “Breakout Artist of the Year” at the Maryland Music Awards.

Fiction 20 Down has performed live throughout the US, including appearances at California Roots Festival and Orioles Opening Day at Camden Yards. For music and more info, visit fiction20down.com.