Daisy Jones and the Daisy Jones Six have an Elvis Easter egg

Daisy Jones and the Six is ​​an oral history of a fictional band but whose titular stars have a very real musical legacy. Riley Keough's grandfather was the late Elvis Presley, and although she never met the legendary performer (Elvis died 12 years before she was born), she watched By the time Austin Butler brought him to the screen, she "cryed for a week," she told Entertainment Tonight.

While she respects her family history, Keough told the outlet that her Daisy Jones character isn't necessarily her "carrying on her grandfather's legacy."

"I listen to music, my whole family is musicians, I've been to a lot of places in the world, been on tours and stuff like that," she explained. "But I've never really done that myself. So for me, it's more about my personal relationship with playing music, which is fun."

While Keough avoids comparing himself to Presley, Daisy Jones and the Six references him in a very subtle way. As Nora Dominick pointed out on Twitter, Daisy wore a guitar strap in the second episode, which may be familiar to die-hard fans. It's actually the same pattern that Presley himself wore during the '68 comeback special.

This strap also featured prominently in the Elvis film, matching Presley's black leather suit.

According to People, This tribute is no accident—although it's not technically Presley 's actual shoulder strap. A representative for the show told the outlet that it was a replica made by Ace Strap called The New Yorker/Woodstock.

Interestingly, this isn't the only homage to Keogh's grandfather (and his signature style) to appear in the series. Costume designer Denise Wingate told People she enlisted the help of Love Melody, which had made some for Presley, to create Daisy's coat The famous jumpsuit. "One is a denim-leather paneled long coat, and the other is a beautiful rust-colored leather," Wingate told the magazine. "She made those. I thought it would be good to bring it back and preserve a little bit of history."