Bill Haley was a punk in his day (even if some wouldn't say that). He played "Rip It Up" when he was playing Texas Swing gigs in New Jersey. He wasn't supposed to play any R&B but they'd put in the set anyway.
Play the music a way it wasn't meant to be played in a bar where it wasn't meant to be played.
Paul Burlison was a punk. His tubes came loose in his amp and he took to loosening them to get a distorted sound when he'd play "Train Kept A Rollin'" for the Johnny Burnette Trio.
Link Wray was a punk. He'd play only certain guitars, using older strings, and took pencils to bust his speakers to get the distorted sounds he wanted. Play it a way it wasn't meant to be played. He got banned for an instrumental named Rumble (it was "too suggestive"). He inspired many a guitar player to pick up a guitar (including Pete Townsend).
link wray also was the guy who influenced kieth richards with "the rummble"
if you want to hear some really wierd cross over stuff,
check out muddy waters attempt at psych/punk "electric mudd" way heavy distortion fuzz guitar.
also james brown actually produced an album called "sure is funky down here" where the band is a hippie commune band called The groedeck whipperginny. lots of snarly licks.
i have tons of links stuff and i really love rockabilly.
i play a little guitar myself and love the double note leads of rockabilly
Link Wray F*ng rules.