There could be plenty of Allman Brothers material on the way

Gregg Allman’s passing doesn’t mean fans won’t be hearing new material in the future, and based on a quote from the Allman Brothers Band’s manager, it sounds like there is enough to last for years to come.

Manager Bert Hollman told Billboard this week that fans can expect much more from the band, as long as they want to hear it.

“We’ll keep putting things out as long as there’s an appetite for it,” Holman told Billboard. “There’s a great deal of material, and still a lot of interest in hearing these things, we think. We’re working on other stuff right now in the creative pipeline.”

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Billboard reports that the following projects are among those in the works:

-A digital release of six 2003 concerts from the Instant Live series as well as a four-disc set that will represent the best songs from 2003

-A release containing multiple concerts performed at the Fillmore West featuring the band’s original lineup

-A release of a July 19, 2005 show at the Warner Theater in Erie, Pa. that is a favorite of the band’s fans, as well as a more recent show in Fresno, California

-And possibly a release of the band’s final concert, which took place at the Beacon Theatre in New York on October 28, 2014.

In addition, the solo album Allman was working on with producer Don Was, called Southern Blood, is expected to be released later this year.

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