- Chart Displacement: Her only #1 hit on Billboard was "Mi Vida Loca (My Crazy Life)", which overall isn't nearly as well-known as "Maybe It Was Memphis".
- Creator Backlash: Not from her perspective, but the writer of "Maybe It Was Memphis" was not fond of some of the lyrics he wrote, expressing disdain in particular for the second verse ("Read about you in a Faulkner novel...") and the name-drop of "Southern Nights" by Glen Campbell.
- Creator Breakdown: The moody All of This Love was clearly informed by her divorce from Bob DiPiero. The downbeat "It's Lonely Out There" in particular stands out, as they wrote the song together.
- Creator Couple: In the early 1990s, she was married to singer-songwriter Bob DiPiero.
- Throw It In!: She and producer Paul Worley liked the demo of "Shake the Sugar Tree" so much that they just added Pam Tillis vocals over top the demo singer's.
- Too Soon: She asked radio stations to pull her 1995 single "I Was Blown Away" due to concerns that the title was insensitive to victims of the Oklahoma City bombing.
Trivia / Pam Tillis