A man was escorted out of Saturday's Kenny Chesney and Tim McGraw "Brothers of the Sun" concert for looking like none other than Kenny Chesney. According to security at the LP Field concert, other fans thought they were seeing Chesney in the crowd and that created a pretty big disturbance. Nathan Blankenship lives in Bellevue and works as a school teacher. He said he looking forward to Saturday's show and decided he wanted to get on the floor and enjoy it so he dropped about $200 on a single ticket. According to Blankenship, he is occasionally told he looks like the country superstar. Sometimes he'll take photos with fans because they think it's neat that he looks like the singer. Saturday night, Blankenship said a security officer approached and asked to see his ticket. Next thing he knows, a security officer grabs him and accuses him of trying to impersonate a celebrity and kicks him out. The way they handled it made it seem worse, like they were really escorting Kenny Chesney through the crowd," he said. Blankenship claims he wasn't trying to impersonate Chesney. He said, "Is it because I wear the hat? I see a million of these hats here. I've worn baseball caps before and people still want to have pictures made but it's never caused a problem. I can't believe they think I'm actually him. Why would Mr. Chesney be in the crowd when Tim McGraw is singing?" Blankenship says he has another question gnawing at him. "I would like to know what it meant when the security said ‘this is coming straight from the top.' That's what I'm curious about. Who's the top?" he asked. A high ranking LP Field executive told Nashville's News 2 Sunday night that Metro police were tipped off about Blankenship before the concert. Apparently country music stars saw him in crowds at previous concerts and thought he was a disruption.