Ralph Hulett grew up in the Los Angeles area. His parents were
both in the arts - his father a Disney background artist and renowned
California watercolor painter and his mother a music and dance
teacher. As Ralph saw bands like the Doors and Led Zeppelin pass
through the L.A. area, rock music became a big part of his life.
His photographs and articles have appeared in Relix,
Goldmine and Vintage Guitar magazines and on
the television programs VH 1 - Behind the Music and ABC
News Downtown. He now teaches history in the Orange County
area. His website which combines his passions for rock and photography
Any questions about the book should be directed to the below email
address. Contact Ralph Hulett.
Jerry has been researching the Led Zeppelin story for over 30
years. It was Led Zeppelin and the Doors that moved and touched
him the most, and thus began a continuous and vivid emotional
connection to both groups. He is also co-author of the book, BREAK
ON THROUGH: THE LIFE AND DEATH OF JIM MORRISON. The New York Times
ranks it as "the most objective, thorough, and professional
Morrison biography yet." He has also created a Led
Zeppelin photo book detailing the band's career entitled Good
Times Bad Times, to be published by Abrams in October of 2009.
Both authors live in Southern California.