Crosby, Stills & Nash will do their first-ever show in Singapore on March 19th.

Sammy Hagar has commented on the death this week of Liza Cozad-Lauser, the wife of his drummer David Lauser. He says, “I’ve known only a few people in my life who have had to go through a heartbreaking ordeal in their lives with this level of dedication/devotion. Even when it looked like there was no hope they both kept the faith and the fight. God has and will bless them both I’m sure.” Liza died of brain cancer at the age of 47.

This coming Monday at The Roxy in Los Angeles, Adopt-the-Arts will honor ZZ Top‘s Billy F. Gibbons and Allman Brothers drummer Butch Trucks for their contributions to music and culture. Adopt-the-Arts is a non-profit funding arts programs in public elementary schools.

Toto will release their first studio album in 10 years on March 24th. Toto XIV, available in numerous configurations, contains 11 songs and is their first since 2006’s Falling in Between. Toto will support the album with a North American tour this summer.