Country artists weighing in on the new LGBT law, and news about the Dixie Chicks.

FOX's Jacquelyn Karl has the details in this edition of "FOX Country":

I'm Jacquelyn Karl.

While many pop and rock artists boycotting North Carolina over it's LGBT law, many country acts feeling they owe it to their fans to play.

Tyler Hubbard of Florida Georgia Line saying they're planning to play North Carolina for sure. Scotty McCreery saying he lives in North Carolina and loves his home state. Chris Janson saying he's not a politician and he doesn't like confrontation and he just wants to play music.

The Dixie Chicks adding more concerts to their U.S. tour starting this summer. The band announcing Monday, nine more dates in September being added to their DCX 2016 Tour. The Grammy winning country group starting the tour on June 1 in Cincinnati, including stops in Green Bay, Wisconsin, and New Orleans, wrapping up on October 10 at the Hollywood Bowl in L.A. Tickets going on May 7 for the new dates at LiveNation.com.

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FOX's Jacquelyn Karl with Scotty McCreery

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