The Hall of Fame has named the channel as its official home, ending a 12-year relationship with VH1.

How is Fuse planning to get its core audience, 18-to-25-year-olds, interested in something that pays tribute to acts that were probably in their heyday before they were ever born?

By mining past induction ceremonies for material. The channel will broadcast programming featuring younger artists who appeared at past events to honor their predecessors in the weeks leading up to the actual ceremony.

Fuse’s vice president of talent and music, Dave Weier, says the Hall of Fame is already getting help in its quest for a younger audience from an unlikely ally, “Guitar Hero,” which has made them more familiar with classic acts.

Hall of Fame foundation president Joel Peresman also notes there has been a increase in teenaged visitors over the past few years.

Friday, March 20
Gavin DeGraw – “Live with Regis and Kelly”
Gavin Rossdale – “The Ellen DeGeneres Show”
Christopher Guest, Harry Shearer, Michael McKean – “The Tavis Smiley Show”
Keyshia Cole, T.J. Miller, Loni Love – “Chelsea Lately” – rerun
Nickelback – “The Hour with George Stroumboulopoulos”
David Sanborn, Sam Moore – “Late Show with David Letterman” – rerun
Chris Cornell – “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno”
Jack Black, Conor Oberst – “Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson” – rerun
The Duke Spirit – “Last Call with Carson Daly”

Saturday, March 21
Ray Davies – “Austin City Limits” – rerun
Steve Martin, Jason Mraz – “Saturday Night Live” – rerun

Monday, March 23
Jen Kirkman, Greg Proops – “Chelsea Lately”
Lewis Black – “The Hour with George Stroumboulopoulos”
Bloc Party – “Late Show with David Letterman”
Chelsea Handler – “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno”
Morrissey – “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon”
Nick DiPaolo – “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” – rerun
George Wallace – “Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson”
Melanie Fiona – “Last Call with Carson Daly” – rerun