Many magazines, websites and fellow musicians consider Jimi Hendrix to be the greatest guitar player of all time. He has his own star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, and has been inducted into both the United States Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and the United Kingdom Music Hall of Fame.
Hank Henry Aaron -All-Star memorabilia of Cooperstown
In 1970, Satchel Paige, credited with 55 no-hitters, was the first Negro League star to be inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown. Note: Jackie Robinson, the 1st modern Black Major Leaguer, played for the Kansas City Monarchs (1945), of the Negro League was Elected to Hall of Fame by Baseball Writers in 1962, BUT he made it because of his time with the Dodgers.
The band, Earth, Wind & Fire was founded by Maurice White in Chicago, IL in 1969. They were inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame with 60 Grammy nominations. They have sold over 90,000,000 albums over the course of their career. They have also received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame and have been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland, OH.
No, Shia LaBeouf does not have a star on the Walk of Fame.
It probably would have been Johnny "Blood" McNally from the 1930's. In 1963, he became the first Steelers player to be inducted into the NFL Hall of Fame.
He has a star on the 'walk of fame' in Los Angeles, and he has an impressive number of awards and nominations but I have never heard he was in any hall of fame.
Although the Hollywood walk of fame used John Wayne as the prototype of the first star in 1958 he wasn't officially inducted until 1960.