The 'Behind Closed Doors' hitmaker was ''devastated'' to learn of the death of the Bee Gees singer earlier this month following a long battle with ill health, and now wants to record a song the 'Staying Alive' star wrote for him with the proceeds going to charity.
He said: ''I was absolutely devastated to hear about Robin Gibb passing away last week. I was lucky enough to call him a friend and I feel privileged to have known him.
''He was such a total legend musically and also a kind man, and he's going to be missed so much. He very kindly wrote a song for me recently and I'm determined to finish working on it when I get back to the UK. I'm going to release it and make sure all the proceeds go to his favourite charity.''
As well as focusing on his music, Peter has also been working hard in his coffee shop after it was recently slammed by health inspectors and he is delighted the establishment is now up to the appropriate standard.
He said: ''I'm very pleased to report the health inspectors who gave my coffee shop one star out of five when they first visited have since come back and given us five stars.
''We rectified everything that was wrong immediately and I hope all the people who reported on us getting a bad review will now report on us getting a good one! It's such brilliant news, I'm delighted.''