At 16 years old, in 1966, Jackson Browne lived at the Gentle Soul House and Linda started doing photography professionally. In '67, she joined her then boyfriend, Sandy Konikoff (drummer for the Gentle Soul) at Paxton Lodge, the experimental recording studio in the Sierra Nevada Mountains. There she was introduced to a darkroom. In 1969, Linda met June & Jean Millington and Alice DeBuhr, founders of Fanny and signed to Warner/Reprise Records. She  became the official band photographer, moving into Fanny Hill from 1969-1971, where she had her first darkroom. 

All photographs copyright © 1968-2014 Linda Wolf

It’s not just that her photos are iconic. They are so real. Linda Wolf has a way of capturing the essence of the center of a moment. I love stepping into her frame ... there is nothing else. It’s so simple, she makes it look easy.”
— — June Millington, Fanny