June 17 (UPI) -- Jimmy Buffett says he plans to collaborate with Kygo again in the future.
The 73-year-old singer-songwriter discussed Kygo during Tuesday's episode of Watch What Happens Live after joining the 28-year-old Norwegian DJ for a live stream in May.
On WWHL, Buffett said he and Kygo plan to collaborate once restrictions lift from the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
"He did a charity show ... about a week ago. I did a couple of songs with him on that and did a couple interviews," Buffett said.
"He's in Norway, so we're kind of working on some things. Everyone's waiting to go back to work," he added.
Buffett said he and Kygo planned to surprise fans at a music festival in September that was canceled due to the health crisis.
In addition, Buffett recalled how he once performed with the Grateful Dead's Jerry Garcia.
"We met because he was spending time in Palm Beach later in his life," the singer said of Garcia.
"We always wanted to play together and see Dead Heads and Parrot Heads come together," he added, referencing their fans. "We figured they had more in common than a lot of other people thought."