Euless police Chief Mike Brown can be a tough hombre when needed or he would not have moved up the ranks so far. But the tall lawman carries himself like a calm and caring public servant. Mike has worked in law enforcement for more than four decades, much of that time in Euless, a town of 56,000 people in between Fort Worth and Dallas. His passion for law and order comes first, but running close behind is a deep affection for Texas Music. Among Mike’s favorite artists are Guy Clark, Robert Earl Keen, Verlon Thompson, and Townes Van Zandt. They inspire him to play guitar and write original songs. Mike enjoys policing and doesn’t plan on heading to Nashville anytime soon but will typically be strumming his guitar to wind down at day’s end. Thanks for playing a great old song and hanging out with us for a few minutes, Chief. You picked and sang great!


  1. Mike was one of the first guys I met when move to Euless back in the 60’s. I was the new kid & he greeted me with a welcome smile & a hello. We were never best friends, though I have always considered him a good friend. I’ve watched as he has become a pillar of the community & proud to call him a friend. He may be a tough hombre, that’s a side I’ve never seen, to me he’s still the friendly guy that made the new kid feel welcome in a new town. Thank you for your service & for being the kind, caring man you are. Our community is certainly lucky to have you.