Kelly Lynn, Chris Lane, Tyler Hubbard, Chris Janson and Scotty McCreery are among the country stars who say they plan to continue playing in North Carolina.

Other artists such as Bruce Springsteen, Ringo Starr, Nick Jonas and Demi Lovato have canceled performances in the state over a new law that blocks local municipalities from enacting LGBT protections and prohibits transgender people – including students – from using the bathroom of their choice in government buildings.

The AP asked stars at the Sunday's American Country Countdown Awards whether they would follow suit.

“We love North Carolina and our fans there so we're gonna play,” Tyler Hubbard of Florida Georgia Line told the AP. “We are going to be there. For sure.”

Chris Janson said that he doesn't “have time to sweat things like that.”

“I think there are bigger things in the world to be thinking about. So I think you can kind of get where I lean on that subject, right? You have to perform for the fans!” Janson said.

Janson's wife, Kelly Lynn, added: “We're not going in the bathroom. We're just going to go on a stage.”

Chris Lane and Scotty McCreery said they had no plans to cancel shows in their home state.