It gave us the versions of "Merry Christmas from the Family," and "The Road Goes on Forever," that are forever seared into all good Texans' brains, hearts, and souls. It's easily one of my top three albums of all-time. But much more than that, it's one of the best live albums ever made.

This Saturday (Sept. 12) Robert Earl Keen commemorates the 20th anniversary of "No. 2 Live Dinner," at the place it was recorded, John T. Floore's Country Store.

REK will not only be performing to a sold-out crowd in Helotes, Texas, on Sept. 12, he's performing for the world. What better way to celebrate than with Keen live-streaming a concert, and for the first time in his illustrious career. This is great news for the thousands and thousands of fans who'd never fit in Floore's Country Story.

Click here for all the details, then make plans to drive to Helotes or watch from your couch on your smart television. Keen has spent most of 2015 touring extensively in support of his latest album "Happy Prisoner: The Blue Grass Sessions."

And as if REK weren't enough; Reckless Kelly and Cody Canada and the Departed will get the party started Saturday (Sept. 12) at Floore's.