December 12, 1977 12:00 PM

The halls are alive these days with the sounds of performers picking up holiday spending money. There’s an act to match any mood. Kiss, the glitter-rock horrors, will be in St. Louis, Memphis, Indianapolis and Louisville this week. The Glenn Miller Orchestra, an old-fashioned pop band (i.e., the musicians do not wear makeup), tours Arkansas and Texas. Underrated C&W singer Barbara Fairchild warbles in Sikeston, Mo. Violinist Isaac Stern, neither country nor underrated, holds recitals in Detroit and Urbana, Ill. Tonight’s the night for raspy Rod Stewart in Tucson, San Diego and Los Angeles. Those intent on seeing Herman’s Hermits will have to go to Ontario, Canada, Hallow or Orian, Mich, or New Orleans. The nonmusically inclined can find the Moscow Circus in Hartford, Conn, and Washington, DC or the Amazing Kreskin doing his sleight-of-mind in Florida, Bermuda and the Bahamas. Billy Carter? He may be at your local shopping center right this minute. Hurry!

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