A box set of previously unreleased Tom Petty music is set to arrive on September 28th, according to Variety. The announcement follows a cryptic countdown feature that popped up on Petty’s official website recently, hinting at a special treat for fans of the late rock legend.

The box set will be called American Treasure and will include four CDs with 60 tracks of unreleased live and studio material throughout Petty’s career.

Petty’s wife Dana York curated the set, alongside their daughter Adria, Heartbreakers bandmate Mike Campbell, and studio collaborator Ryan Ulate. Tom Petty’s band, the Heartbreakers reunited for the first time since his passing in April this year, where the band were joined by the likes of Neil Young, Sheryl Crow, Patti Smith and more.

Variety’s report also revealed that the box set will include Tom Petty covers by other artists, however, who they may be have not been revealed yet. An unreleased track named ‘Keep A Little Soul’, recorded in 1982 premiered on SiriusXM and will most likely feature on the album.

Tom Petty died last year on October 2nd of an accidental overdose of various pain medications.

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