IONA PRODUCTION COMPANY
- Leanna Davis was the first African American female to record on a Country Music Label.
“Tobacco Valley”, was written by Iona Douglas-Moguel. Iona was born in Nashville, Tennessee, March 27, 1968. In 1986, Iona graduated from high school and immediately joined the U.S. Navy. While in the Navy, Iona was rated as a Torpedoman. After serving in the Navy, Iona enrolled as an Electronics Engineer at DeVry University. In August 2003, Iona’s mother, Leona Douglas, passed away leaving her to be one of the heirs to Peach Valley.