Attention jazzheads: This week's crazy, man, crazy. Dig?! This craziness begins with a three-day residency from Oct. 22-24, by drummer T.S. Monk
(pictured above) at Duke's Baldwin Auditorium. Following Wednesday's workshop and Thursday's lecture-discussion entitled "The Future of Jazz," Monk will swing the university's jazz, djembe and Afro-Cuban ensembles on Friday night. He'll showcase excerpts from Higher Ground
the debut disc on his own label (Thelonious/Hyena), and talk about his remarkable father, pianist-composer Thelonious Monk. 684-4444 for tickets. $5; free for students and seniors with ID. Also on Thursday, Oct. 23, vibes queen Lalo
, whose cyclical instrumentals sit comfortably between jazz and rock, completes the week with a gig at Six String Cafe in Cary. This Women Rock the Road tour date co-stars singer Laura Berman and Dave's True Story. 8 p.m. 469-3667. $5.