Freddie Mercury - he had a vocal range twice as wide as the average untrained person. And he never had any vocal training. By the way - the correct answer to "The Beatles or The Stones?" is "QUEEN!!!!!"
Widely considered as one of the greatest vocalists in popular music, Freddie Mercury possessed a very distinctive voice. Although his speaking voice naturally fell in the baritone range, his singing voice was that of a tenor. His recorded vocal range spanned nearly four octaves (falsetto included), with his lowest recorded note being the F below the bass clef and his highest recorded note being the D that lies nearly four octaves above.