Bruce Springsteen is probably pretty happy today. His new album is topping the charts in the U.K. right out of the gate.

Bruce Springsteen's latest album, High Hopes debuted at number one on the UK's Official Album Charts, making it his tenth album to do so. This also puts him at number four on the list of most UK number ones. The Beatles have the most at 15. The Boss shares the number four spot with The Rolling Stones and U2.

In other Bruce Springsteen news, E Street Band guitarist Steven Van Zandt is getting a pretty prestigious honor. Steven is set to receive the 2014 Humanitarian Award from the We Are Family Foundation. He will also be performing at the gala. It was slated for this evening, but has been postponed for a later date due to a huge winter storm headed to the East Coast.

And finally, speaking of the Beatles, their big release, The Beatles: The U.S. Albums is available today.