Wednesday, July 17, 2019

Tag: Irv Brown

Celebration of the life of Irv Brown set for Saturday

Due to the overwhelming output of support, the celebration of Irv Brown's life has a new venue for Saturday.

Terry Frei, Ron Zappolo reflect on the legendary career of Irv...

On Sunday, Denver lost one of its most iconic voices with the passing of the legendary Irv Brown. On Monday, Terry Frei and Ron Zappolo joined Mile High Sports to reflect on the legendary career of Brown and how he impacted so many lives.

Come home baby…now: So long, Irv Brown

This likely isn’t the first eulogy to Irv Brown you’ve read, nor will it be the last. In the days and weeks ahead, notes like this one will be found everywhere – Twitter, Facebook, press releases, columns from scribes both near and far. Just as it should be.

Denver sports community reacts to the passing of Irv Brown

Local sports figures took to social media on Sunday morning to react to the passing of Denver sports talk legend, Irv Brown.

TBT: 20 years ago the Broncos won Super Bowl XXXII; Irv...

Irv Brown, Joe Williams and Kent Erickson share their memories of that magical Sunday in San Diego when the Broncos finally became world champions.

Red Miller had quite the impact on the Broncos, and MHS...

On Thursday, the team announced that they would be honoring Red Miller, making him the 2017 inductee into the team's Ring of Fame.

Mile High Sports on Denver 8: Mother’s Day & Irv Brown’s...

Danny and Cello are joined by Vanessa Hughes, who wrote many of our touching tributes to sports moms. And the guys were on hand for Irv Brown's retirement.

Doug Moe, Dan Issel, Bill McCartney, Tad Boyle bid farewell to...

A cavalcade of Colorado sports icons came came out to wish a fond farewell to Irv Brown during his final broadcast.

RAPID REACT: Social media reacts to Irv Brown’s retirement

After holding down Colorado sports radio for nearly the last half century, Irv Brown will be hanging up the mic today on Mile High Sports radio. Make sure you're tuned in!

Irv Brown steps away from the microphone

After more than 30 years on air, legendary Denver sports broadcaster Irv Brown will retire on Thursday, April 7.