Toward the end of the 90's, someone at Sony decided that Jeopardy! had become enough of a franchise such that it warranted a spin-off or two. Yes, I said, two.
One was Jep!, geared for children and broadcast on the Game Show Network (now known simply as GSN), a Sony-owned cable network. The other was Rock & Roll Jeopardy!, which aired on Viacom-owned VH1, rather than the more obvious MTV, which at that time didn't know a good thing when they saw it.
Rock & Roll Jeopardy! enjoyed a 3 year run on VH1 from 1998-2001, and the show's format was exactly the same as the regular Jeopardy!, but aimed at the teen/young adult demographic. Jeff Probst, formerly of the rival FX cable network at that time, was hired as host. PopArgot uploaded the opening portion to this episode from September 1998:
As with most programming on the MTV Networks family of stations, Rock & Roll Jeopardy! aired at various times during the week in addition to its Saturday morning berth. Alas, the ratings inevitably began to drop with the constant schedule shuffling that has become commonplace, and the series was cancelled. Of course, Jeff Probst has fared pretty well since then, what with a nice little show on CBS you may have heard of. Survivor. Next year, Probst will add a daytime talk show to his workload, according to the latest rumors. As for Rock & Roll Jeopardy!? I assume Sony owns the rights to the show, but they're in no hurry to give it a slot on GSN.