You might be surprised who took first place but you'll probably be even more surprised by who got the lowest scores!ConcertHotels.com developed an interactive chart comparing the highest and lowest notes recorded by singers from rock, pop and other genres to see who had the greatest range.  Number 3 went to the artist occasionally known as Prince, Mariah Carey took number 2 and numero uno is none other than the king of bi-polardom, Guns And Roses frontman Axl Rose!!

The range between his lowest recorded note on "There Was A Time" from "Chinese Democracy" and his highest note on "Ain't It Fun" from "The Spaghetti Incident" spans 5 octaves!

Steven Tyler of Aerosmith came in 4th place, followed by James Brown, Marvin Gaye, Christina Aguilera, David Bowie, Paul McCartney, Radiohead's Thom Yorke and original Queen frontman Freddie Mercury.

Most of todays pop stars landed at or near the bottom, with ... ahem ... "artists" like Miley Cyrus coming in at 31, Bruno Mars at 56, Katy Perry at 68, Justin Bieber at 73 and Luke Bryan came in dead last at 77.

Check out the entire chart here!