Gisele Bundchen

Tom Brady belts out a few U2 tunes at concert

Tom Brady belts out a few U2 tunes at concert

Tom Brady showed off his voice while attending the U2 concert Thursday night at TD Garden. 

On Instagram, TB12 posted a video of he and wife Gisele Bundchen singing along to "Pride (In the Name of Love)” and "Vertigo" with thousands of others. Looks like they had a nice view from a Garden suite. 

Brady captions a video: “The rumors are true. I’ll be joining @U2 on the remainder of the #u2eitour.”

As far as Brady’s pipes go, he might want to stick to barking out signals from under center. 


More Brady with Oprah: 'There's definitely an end coming...'

More Brady with Oprah: 'There's definitely an end coming...'

For those of you not spending your Father's Day watching Tom Brady's sit-down with Oprah Winfrey at 11 a.m. on Oprah's OWN channel, we have some more highlights that were released a day ahead of the show, including the Patriots quarterback seeing an end coming to his playing career "sooner, rather than later."

“I think about it more now than I used to,” Brady, who turns 41 Aug. 3, when asked about life after football.  “I think I’m seeing there’s definitely an end coming sooner, rather than later.”

"Is that end 43? 45?" Winfrey asks. 

As long as I’m still loving it,” he said. “As long as I’m loving the training and the preparation and willing to make the commitment. But it’s also, I think what I alluded to a lot in the docu-series [“Tom vs. Time” on Facebook], there’s other things happening in my life, too. I do have kids that I love, and I don’t want to be a dad that’s not there, driving my kids to their games. My kids have brought a great perspective in my life. Kids just want the attention. You better be there. And be available to them.”

Here's that clip:

In another excerpt, Brady bristles at being called the Greatest Of All Time - i.e. The GOAT.

"I don’t feel that way. I’m not attached to that feeling,” Brady said. “I don’t care whether people think that or not. I want to be the best that I can be. I know when I go out there, it’s not to compare myself to this guy or that guy. Everyone plays good.”

Brady, who skipped the voluntary portion of Patriots workouts in May, attended mini-camp June 5-7, then missed the abbreviated voluntary sessions last week, mentions that he was "practicing the last two days." 

“I still feel like I’m in it. I still feel like I’m doing it. There’s still more to be accomplished,” Brady said. “I was practicing the last two days, working on my technique, on my fundamentals, all the things with my training. I still feel like I can be better, be a percentage better. I’ve played a long time. It’s not like you go, ‘Hey man, I’m going to become something different.’ I am what I am. I know my strengths. I’ve improved on some of the weaknesses and I still think I want to go out there and compete and play with a bunch of 22-year-olds.”

For earlier highlights, where TB12 discusses the NFL players' protests during the national anthem, spirituality and his marriage to supermodel Gisele Bundchen, click here. 


Brady to Oprah: Players taking a knee sparked 'good, healthy conversations'

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Brady to Oprah: Players taking a knee sparked 'good, healthy conversations'

Tom Brady told Oprah Winfrey that NFL players taking a knee during the national anthem last season led to "a lot of good, healthy conversations in our locker room" and he respects why some players chose to do it.

Winfrey's conversation with Brady will air Sunday at 11 a.m. on her OWN (Oprah Winfrey Network) channel. A few clips were released Thursday. If you're looking to find out why he stayed away from voluntary OTAs or if there are issues with his coach, they weren't addressed in these highlights. Still, among them is the Patriots quarterback's response to Winfrey's question about how his team handled the controversy when NFL players "taking a knee," as she said, "divided the country."

"I think there were a lot of really good healthy conversations coming out of it in our locker room...," Brady said. "[In his playing career] I've been with guys from all different parts of the country. Every color, race, belief. I respect why people are doing what they're doing. They're doing it for different reasons and that's OK. We had meetings after practice talking about how we wanted to deal with that particular situation. We chose to lock arms and we put arms around each other. We support what people are going through. Everybody comes from something different...You better have that respect for everybody. That's what sports are about."

Here's are the clips:

Brady also touched on his spirituality and love of learning, themes he also explored in his "Tom vs. Time" Facebook documentary. 

And on his nine-year marriage to supermodel Gisele Bundchen, Brady told Winfrey that their different personalities help make the marriage work. 

"She flies in the sky," Brady said. "She's so creative and visionary. And I'm very rooted. So, she stretches me in ways that, without her, I couldn't be stretched."