Most Johnny Cash fans may not have expected much more in the way of new releases following the country star's final posthumous American Recordings album, "American IV: Ain't No Grave," in 2010. That turned out to not be the xase with the release of "Out Among the Stars," a lost Cash record made in the early '80s that finally hit shelves earlier this week.
Now, it appears there might be even more unreleased Cash coming down the pipeline.
According to John Carter Cash, the singer's only offspring with second wife June Carter Cash, multiple albums could still be on the way, despite Cash having passed away a decade ago last November, Pitchfork reports.
"There are a few things that are in the works right now," Cash told The Guardian, "probably four or five albums if we wanted to release everything."
According to Rick Rubin, who produced Cash's six-album American series, more recordings from those sessions could surface as well, particularly material recorded since the "Unearthed" box set.
Cash died in 2003 of complications from diabetes.