Faust has logged more than 5,000 shows throughout the world since he started performing three decades ago. His sets are packed with songs from his 10 CDs and stories from his book, Thirty Years Without a Real Job (or How I Made a Career in the Entertainment Business and Still Had a Life). He also writes on-the-spot tunes suggested by the audience. “Somebody will yell peanut butter! Someone else will yell G-strings!,” says Faust. “Right that second, I come up with little ditties.” Also look for Sven, a two-foot wooden Viking statue that shares Faust’s stage. It’s electronically rigged to strum a guitar to the music. “Of course, everyone in the audience has been drinking,” laughs Faust, “so they think he’s really alive.” www.cherokeehillsgolf.com.