David Bowie prepared a number of records to be released posthumously

The first of these releases is scheduled for 2017

David Bowie

    David Bowie the artist may be gone, but his music will live on for years to come. And by the sound of it, fans will have plenty more songs to look forward to in the future. According to a report from Newsweek, prior to his death, Bowie prepared a number of anthologies to be released in the proceeding years.

    The first of these releases is scheduled for sometime in 2017. Newsweek adds these records have “been divided into eras and will not necessarily be released in chronological order. It is not yet known whether they will contain previously unheard work, though past re-releases of Bowie’s work have.”

    What’s more, a cast album is in the works for Bowie’s off-Broadway play Lazarus starring Michael C. Hall.


    As previously reported, Bowie had been working on an album composed of entirely new material in the weeks leading up to his death and even demoed five tracks. It’s unclear whether those tracks will ever see the light of day.