Somewhere Down the Road is the 22nd album by Christian music and pop music singer-songwriter Amy Grant, released in 2010. It is a unique album featuring 6 brand new songs, 2 previously unreleased songs, a new recording of the classic 1982 song "Arms of Love", and rounded out with 3 of Grant's previously released story-songs.
The album title is taken from the title track, Somewhere Down the Road, also a promotional single from Grant's 1997 album Behind the Eyes. The song was originally also featured on the first and only commercial single from the Behind the Eyes album, Takes a Little Time. The painting featured on the cover of the album includes a painting by Grant, with the inscription Somewhere Down the Road. Grant gave the original painting as gift to her friend and publicist Jennifer Cooke.
Most of the new songs on the album were recorded in the new studio that Grant and her husband Vince Gill recently had built into their home. One of the songs on the album, "Overnight", is a duet recorded with Sarah Chapman, Grant's daughter. Grant wrote "Unafraid" about her mother.
Roughly one year after the original release of the album a digital-only Expanded Edition of the album was released with additional material. The expanded edition includes the video for Better Than A Hallelujah, the first single from the album, as well as an Ambient Mix of the song. Also included on the expanded edition is a cover of the The Byrds' song Turn, Turn, Turn and two remixes of the song Overnight (the Aircandy Mix and the Dyna Mix).