top of page


One of Pittsburgh's hottest country bands!! Stampede is a high energy country/alt country and a little bit of rock band, playing around the Pittsburgh area since 2005. Stampede plays all your favorite Top 40 songs from the 90's until today. We create a wall of sound and harmony with now 6 vocalists! If you want to hear real, raw, authentic country music you won't want to miss Stampede! 

Alyssa Greenfield


Alyssa was born and raised in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. She started singing at a very young age and grew up singing in church. She had her first solo when she was 8 years old and has not stopped singing since! She has been vocally classically trained since age 12 and went to college for a couple years for music. While in college she was performing with multiple choirs and groups. Worship music is her first passion, but she also loves to perform! She loves singing anywhere and everywhere. Alyssa is inspired by strong female country artists and loves to tackle the "big" songs! Alyssa is an aspiring song writer and is working on writing new songs for Stampede! 

Austin Parsons


Austin is originally from Ripley West, Virginia and is the son of a coal miner. Austin has been playing music since he was 10 years old. Music has always been with Austin ever since he can remember. Looking back to his very first show he knew that this was what he wanted to do with his life, performing and being on stage. His dad has been his biggest supporter in his career. He is chasing his dreams in country music and will also be co-writing songs with Stampede.

Tyler Greenfield


Tyler was Born in Ronkonkoma long island in 1965. Started playing guitar at age ten. Tyler Moved to South Florida at age 12 and soon started playing music in local clubs as a teenager. Country music would be his vocation.Through the 80s and 90s Tyler would play top clubs in the south and open for major country acts including Travis Tritt , Dan Seals , Steve Wariner as well as legends like Johnny Paycheck and Brenda Lee.Tyler recorded his first Album in the late 90s with Shiloh Ridge. He relocated to Atlanta and continued to tour and play. In 2000 he became a worship leader at his Church in Atlanta and perused his love for Praise and Worship Music. In 2007 he relocated to Pittsburgh, Pa playing with local country acts. 

Zack Bowman

Zacharia "Tayler" Bowman has been playing live music for 13 years. A mainstay in the Western PA punk and indie scene, Zack is most known for his involvement in the now defunct bands Primer & Grayscale, Captain the Sky, and Second to Safety. These days he writes alternative Country music under the name Zacharia Tayler, plays guitar in the indie rock outfit Shy Birds, and is the bassist for the Anime Nite house band at the Roxian Theater. Despite primarily playing in the Alternative world, Zack's roots have always been in Country; growing up on a healthy diet of Lynyrd Skynyrd, Hank Williams Jr., and Garth Brooks, and continuing to take inspiration from artists like Jason Isbell, Tyler Childers, and Sturgill Simpson. Now in Stampede he finally gets to return to the music he was raised on after a decade of playing other genres. There might be a little dust on the bottle, but don't let it fool you: Zack's been waiting to play this music for a long time.

Jordan Clark

For over 14 years Jordan has been playing guitar professionally. Originally starting out in the Praise and Worship space, Jordan has been able to expand his repertoire into the rock, indie, and even blues scene with acts such as Lines & Wires, Shy Birds, and Karl and the Havoc. Now with his boots on, it’s time to play three chords and the truth with Stampede.

Matt Neal

Tim Stewart /Our Founder/ Guardian Angel


​Tim has been singing and playing in several bands over the last 25 years, a few of the more well  known bands was North Star, Pure Country, Gold Rush and Stampede.  He has opened up for many national acts at the Pepsi Cola Roadhouse and played the stage and VIP at First Niagara Pavillion , He has also played on the stage at Jamboree in the hills, and many other venues such as, Dollar bank jamboree at Market Square in Pittsburgh , Canonsburg Parade, pretty much every Festival and Fair in the Tri-State area, not to mention all the local bars and clubs, While with the North Star band, he was  played on Froggy radio and started the first froggy idol with Danger Frog. He has been to Nashville several times, and makes it a point to get up on the stage and perform while he is there,   He is looking forward to many more years of performing for all the friends and fans of Stampede.


Although we lost him in 2021, his spirit , strength, friendship and every lesson he has  taught us, has made us better musicians and better people. He will be in our hearts forever, and we know he is watching over us and guiding us.  We love you Tim.

bottom of page