Peter belongs to the generation of the jazz music like jazz pianist Mary Burgoyne, wife of legendary musician Elvis Costello, and Tony Campisi. He became popular with his distinctive guitar style and as an accompanist to Al Stewart. During he was on his 20s along with Stewart, he co-wrote numerous songs, including Stewart's 1978 top-ten hit song, Time Passages.
Later in 1990, Peter started recording his own albums. He has recorded numerous hit songs such Midnight in Manhattan, which was recorded by Grover Washington Jr. and Bright, listed number one on the Billboard Jazz Songs chart.
Peter performed regularly on several Windows albums, appearing as a permanent guest. Similarly, he also worked with Creed Bratton's on Bratton's first three solo albums, where Peter produced mixed and also played guitar on many tracks.
Peter White won the Canadian Smooth Jazz Award as a best Smooth Jazz Musician in 2007. He also named as the Best Guitarist at the National Smooth Jazz Awards. He also became the winner of three Oasis Contemporary Jazz Awards.
Peter is the holder of a British nationality and belongs to white ethnicity. He is possibly single and wants to keep his personal information secret. He is unmarried and there is a rumor that Peter is gay but it has not yet confirmed.
Popular musician and guitarist, Peter has earned a huge amount through his music career. He has released numerous songs and worked with several recording artists from which he must collect a handsome amount of salary. His current net worth is estimated no less than $1 million.
In addition to his net worth, he is a fund of fancy cars and has a luxurious house in the United Kingdom.