The woman singing at the bar in Nashville towards the end of the movie is multi-grammy award winning country artist Kacey Musgraves

Glasgow's Grand Ole Opry can also be visited, on Govan Road. It specializes in country music.

Dan Wootton described Julie Walters in this film as having "the best acting Scottish accent I have ever heard."

Following the success of this film, Jessie Buckley embarked on a UK and Ireland tour which included a set at Glastonbury, performing songs from the soundtrack,

The Laurieston Bar as featured isn't far from Glasgow City Centre - a traditional 1960's timewarp, close to Glasgow Central Station under the bridge of the West Coast Main railway line.

Academy Award winning Actress Mary Steenburgen co-wrote the song that Jessie Buckley's character performs, "Glasgow (No Place Like Home)".

This movie was screened at Dingle International Film Festival in County Kerry, Ireland. The same county where Jessie Buckley was born.

The billboard at the Drake Motel in Nashville, where Rose-Lynn Harlan stays, has the lyric "Makes me think maybe God's a woman too" referring to a song in the movie "The Thing Called Love" (Peter Bogdanovich 1993) penned by protagonist Miranda Presley (Samantha Mathis) trying to succeed on the Nashville country scene.