NASHVILLE, Tenn. – The Hard Rock Cafe hosted a benefit concert in downtown Nashville Saturday night to raise money to help Holly Bobo's family continue their search for her.
Bobo, 20, was last seen being led away from her home in Parsons, in rural Decatur County, on April 13. The University of Tennessee Martin student was on her way to school.
Her brother told police he saw a man wearing camouflage leading her into the woods near their home.
That sparked massive searches by volunteers. She has not been seen since.
TBI suspended all searches until a specific area can be developed.
Bobo's family is offering an $85,000 reward for information leading to her location.
"We will never give up we have searched day and night we will be there looking for her from now on no matter how long it takes," Bobo's father Dana Bobo told Nashville's News 2 in July.
Her mother Karen Bobo continued, "It seems like it gets harder everyday but we are not giving up."
The Hard Rock Cafe's "Hope for Holly Benefit Concert" featured live performances by Heather Cohen & Stephen Salyers, among others. The proceeds from the event will go to the Bobo family to help them fund continuing search efforts.
There was also an auction featuring items from Buddy Jewel, Vince Gill and Amy Grant.
Earlier in the evening Saturday, family, friends and supporters gathered at the Decatur County Fairgrounds for a vigil marking the four months since Bobo went missing.
Bobo is described as five foot, three inches tall, weighing 110 pounds with blue eyes and shoulder-length blonde hair.
She was last seen wearing a pink shirt, blue jeans and black flip flops.
There is a Facebook page and Twitter account where people can monitor news updates about the search for Bobo.