The blu-ray itself is excellent and has two concerts on it, for which it gets five stars. In general, the concerts seem to have a folksy/bluesy/storytelling flavor with perhaps a tiny hint of country, in a unique and hard to define Jewel style, which is somewhat different than her "pop" like radio songs. The second concert has eight songs accompanied by an orchestra so those songs have a classical flavor to them.
Let me give you a sampling of some of the songs from the second concert. Jewel carefully strums her guitar on "Foolish Games" and "You Were Meant For Me". She and the orchestra perform "I'm Sensitive" and "Hands"; both are beautifully rendered with strings and air instruments and "Hands" is especially heavenly with the plucking of the harp. Jewel almost seems to be scatting on "Who Will Save Your Soul". She sings the aria "Per La Gloria D'Adorarvi". And on "Yodel," she belts out her Swiss yodeling.
Jewel only had two albums released. So you may only know a few hit songs from the radio. Most of the other songs may not be familiar to most people.
But be careful, and be aware that this blu-ray is actually a re-release of an earlier blu-ray. The covers are exactly the same on both the older and the newer releases, with the same picture of Jewel. The difference is that the older one came with an extra cardboard cover that fits over the plastic blu-ray case; the newer one has just the plastic blu-ray case. But again, both the newer release and the older release are exactly the same, with the same two concerts.
There is one more difference, actually for the better. The older release has two discs, with one concert on each disc. The newer release contains both concerts on one disc so it is more convenient.
The price is quite a bit lower on this re-release; so by all means, if you like Jewel, get this blu-ray.